indetermined


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indetermined

(ˌɪndɪˈtɜːmɪnd)
adj
a variant form of undetermined
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They sat rather like a very superior lot of waxworks, with the fixed but indetermined facial expression and with that odd air wax figures have of being aware of their existence being but a sham.
Nowadays, the technology revolu- tion has not only given the young generation an indetermined access to knowledge and information, but also an influence and strong impact on the market.
19) in which the intraluminal pathway was the main source of contamination of CVCs (67%), in our study with neonates, considering the genotypic analysis, we demonstrated that most BSI was indetermined and only one was from a confirmed extraluminal source.
But, as far as I can tell, if one has a novel argument for the conditional if an event is indetermined then it is not under control then "the game is over".
53-147), Hamlet's mind is fragmented, indetermined, and torn apart because of the many philosophical, moral, and metaphysical questions to which he futilely seeks plausible answers.