# unorder

Related to unorder: Unordered list

## unorder

(ʌnˈɔːdə)
vb (tr)
to cancel an order; countermand
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At any rate, with a great deal of strange, unordered learning and no degree, and with his fortune still to make, Samuel returned to his poverty-stricken home.
The scene was formal and dainty; nature was arranged and ordered, but so exquisitely, that nature unordered and unarranged seemed barbaric.
TABLE 1: Selected Statistical Routines Basic Statistics Descriptive statistics Frequency distribution Correlations Multiple linear regression Canonical correlations Discriminant analysis Factor analysis MANOVA Principal components analysis Power/Sample Size Nonparametric Analysis Continuous Data One sample Paired samples Two independent samples K related samples K independent samples Categorical Data One-sample rates and proportions Poisson rates Two related binomials Two independent binomials Stratified 2X2 tables C ordered binomials Two ordered multinomials Unordered RXC table Singly ordered RXC table Doubly ordered RXC table Stratified RXC tables Measures of Association Ordinal response Nominal response Measures of agreement
Multiple regression analysis for two unordered sets of predictors was used to evaluate how well the use of specific motivation and learning strategies predicted course grade.
However, the spectra did show a minimum at <200 nm, which is indicative of a random coil (12), i.e., an unordered, possibly extended-like tertiary structure.
Though the unmysterious Clutter of the mess men make with Unordered hands Can be found on the surface Of the national forest ...
An unordered "shot heard round the world" marked the beginning of the American Revolution.
There was the Catholic diocese that called the publishers association in its state, trying to find someone who could stop a newspaper from delivering unordered bundles to a school that had closed the year before.
Most available indexing vocabularies consist of flat, unordered lists of terms.
Another unordered surprise was the mini-rhubarb crumbles served betw een courses.
The goals of this project were to (a) increase nursing and medical staff awareness of unessential or redundant blood work and (b) decrease the incidence of unnecessary and unordered blood work in the neurosurgical intensive care unit of an urban teaching hospital.
In contrast, septa sampled from aquaria-maintained polyps had small, unordered crystals deposited with little uniformity (Fig.

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