unintegrated


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unintegrated

(ʌnˈɪntɪˌɡreɪtɪd)
adj
(Sociology) (of society or a community) not mixed or merged, or (of an individual or group) not mixed or merged into an existing community
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Adj.1.unintegrated - not integratedunintegrated - not integrated; not taken into or made a part of a whole
2.unintegrated - separated or isolated from others or a main groupunintegrated - separated or isolated from others or a main group; "a segregated school system"; "a segregated neighborhood"
separate - independent; not united or joint; "a problem consisting of two separate issues"; "they went their separate ways"; "formed a separate church"
divided - separated into parts or pieces; "opinions are divided"
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Elimination of the inefficiencies of disparate data stores across unintegrated third-party applications.
The unintegrated mills in Austria remain under pressure from higher euro pulp prices.
For Aquinas, the task of study was to curb the desire for knowledge, at least for that knowledge which is unintegrated, or what Bl.
For the most part, the report said, the delivery of frontline addiction and mental health services remained unintegrated and allowed ongoing gaps in service continuity.
The Arab response to the ICT revolution is unintegrated because of being more consuming and non-productive.
and after a break of three pages, four smaller pages of rough unintegrated material" (3: 37).
The unintegrated right cerebral hemispheric consciousness as alien intruder: a possible mechanism for Schneiderian delusions in schizophrenia.
The days of limited, unintegrated solutions with only basic forecasting and optimization are surely a thing of the past and users in today's volatile markets expect high performance and total flexibility and situation awareness to deal with day-to-day cash supply chain management.
But are we asking for it when we roam out onto their streets, their unintegrated communities whose very isolation is a testament to our collective refusal to tend to historical wounds, traumas, forced migrations, enslavements?
In other words, there is a desire to update or replace outdated legacy systems, which tend to be disconnected and unintegrated, and thus complex and expensive, as well as more exposed to the dangers of operational downtime.
One drawback originates from a bias of quantification due to variable amounts of unintegrated HIV DNA in different samples.