Inconcrete

In`con´crete


a.1.Not concrete.
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It is no secret that the country is bleeding money, no thanks to Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng's 'bluntness' which riled up foreign investors who get provoked at the slightest mention of uncertainties and inconcrete policies.
Almost 50% of respondents said that a lack of understanding of the complexity of the risks involved is the main factor preventing companies from being better prepared to combat cyber threats, followed by inconcrete assessment of the cost of the risks involved (46%).
We can take notice that the globalization phenomenon involves or enforces a resurgent feeling regarding the inconcrete issues of the society as culture, religion, identity etc.
As the speaker indicates, the rictus that hardly suggests everything that the language of his body can share is too inconcrete to acknowledge the weight of the hand (that is not) on his shoulder, while he walks along wide streets full of rain and gray stores.
In contrast, the stainless steel bars exhibited negligible mean macrocell current density and performed well throughout the severe inconcrete testing.