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unperfected

(ˌʌnpəˈfɛktɪd)
adj
not perfected
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unperfected

adjective
Not perfected, elaborated, or completed:
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After he had faced the bitter fact that he was to leave the `Aeneid' unfinished, and had decreed that the great canvas, crowded with figures of gods and men, should be burned rather than survive him unperfected, then his mind must have gone back to the perfect utterance of the `Georgics,' where the pen was fitted to the matter as the plough is to the furrow; and he must have said to himself, with the thankfulness of a good man,
Unperfected moments designed to pass, old newspapers provided a way to recover the way the world understood itself (in that newspaper at least).
8) Clearly, the Neo-Confucian moral reasoning justifies a self-assumed leading role by a Gentleman who guides the morally unperfected masses; his communication serves one sole purpose of morally transforming the masses.
Cartridge cases split and primers could be punctured due to the unperfected construction processes of these early, high-pressure centerfire loads.
This can be explained with the conformation of unperfected crystal by the addition of boric acid.
View documents in their original language, and in-force, pending, terminated, and unperfected treaties separately
Pursuant to the priority scheme under the PPSA, a registered judgment has priority over an unperfected security interest regardless of whether the security interest attaches before or after the judgment is registered.
338) The mystery is whether an unperfected secured party also prevails over the tax warrant.
3d at 1338, the court held the assignee's failure to record did not render the mortgage unperfected in the mortgagor's bankruptcy.
As Barth has shown, there is some justification for seeing the original creation of Genesis 1, and even also Eden in Genesis 2-3, as unperfected work, and this may well disclose the artistry of a later hand in the last composition by someone who was made uncomfortable by the crude theology of the original, and so may have changed it in ways more compatible with the theology of Wisdom.