unsorted


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unsorted

(ʌnˈsɔːtɪd)
adj
1. unordered; not sorted
2. obsolete inappropriate
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsorted - not arranged according to sizeunsorted - not arranged according to size  
unsized - not fashioned to sizes; "unsized gloves; one size fits all"
2.unsorted - not categorized or sortedunsorted - not categorized or sorted    
unclassified - not arranged in any specific grouping
References in classic literature ?
Unopened letters and unsorted papers lay strewn about the desk.
The deposition site for unsorted municipal waste is the Composting Plant at Quinta das Areias, in FundEuo.
It was as far back as 1968 when a small group of Guisborough people who were interested in archaeology undertook to study the Priory floor tiles which had been lying unsorted in the custodian's garden shed for many years previously.
place recyclables in plastic bags then place the plastic bags in the compartments (and not just use them as bins to hold loose unsorted waste); so each plastic bag should contain only one category of recyclable waste.
Many people must be colour blind, as the different coloured bins are regularly full of general, unsorted rubbish.
Another two shipping containers were also intercepted at Cardiff docks, holding unsorted municipal waste, paper and cardboard.
Beginning with an overview of software engineering principles, the volume discusses data design and implementations, unsorted and sorted lists, stack and queue, recursion, binary search trees, heaps graphs and sets, and data sorting and search algorithms.
A third pile of unscreened material, the unsorted pile, was also examined.
The facility currently processes up to 40,000 bags of unsorted mail daily.
Customers using the Coinstar machines pour unsorted coins into a funnel to be counted.
And unlike conventional recycling, the EOG can take plastic any way it comes--even dirty, wet or unsorted.
It is expected to start operations in spring 2011, and will have a capacity to process around 200,000 tonnes per annum of unsorted black bag household or commercial waste.