Unexpert

Un`ex`pert´


a.1.Not expert; inexpert.
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My sentence is for open Warr: Of Wiles, More unexpert, I boast not: them let those Contrive who need, or when they need, not now.
PNN In a press release issued by theOffice of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), a UNExpert on the human rights of internally displaced persons said Thursday 9th August, thatthe Disregard for international human rights and humanitarian law has led to a "severe internal displacement crisis in Syria, as the conflict intensifies." The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the human rights of internally displaced persons, Mr.
Acting with Authority in Early References to Shakespeare" (93-118); John Gillies, "The Author's Accomplice, or the Unsearchable Complicities of Players in the Making of Elizabethan Drama" (119-42); Jeanne McCarthy, "Disciplining 'Unexpert People': Children's Dramatic Practices and Page/Stage Tensions in Early English Theatre" (143-64); Nora Johnson, "Bifold Adam: Shakespeare, Milton, and the Actor's Voice" (165-82); Robert Hornback, "'Grose Indecorum,' 'Contrarietie; Vice-Descendants and the Power of Comic Performance: Weimann and Shakespeare Among the Neoclassicals" (183-206).
"The killers appeared to have randomly picked the house," the New York Times reports, "one of a neat row of identical one-story homes at the edge of the settlement, on a rocky incline overlooking the nearby Palestinian village of Awarta." That location, as well as the fact that the attackers apparently first entered a different house only to find it empty, to my unexpert hearing militates in favor of the suggestion that this was an ideologically motivated terrorist attack against Jewish settlers.
Edward Davies, who in 1618 set out to instruct the "ignorant, and unexpert Youth" of England, listed service under Don John of Austria and the prince of Parma among his credentials.(67) Technical and atrocity literature joined European professional experience to reinforce the conception of war as a cosmopolitan affair.
(25) Our only other reference to this tradition is a petition to Richard II from the scholars of Paul's school asking him "to prohibit some unexpert People from presenting the History of the Old Testament, to the great Prejudice of the said Clergy, who have been at great Expence in order to represent it publickly at Christmas" (Select Collection of Old Plays, ed.