inedited

Related to inedited: inundated, unedited

in·ed·it·ed

 (ĭn-ĕd′ĭ-tĭd)
adj.
1. Not edited.
2. Not published.

inedited

(ɪnˈɛdɪtɪd)
adj
1. not edited
2. (Journalism & Publishing) not published
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Appreciation about its vitality, The Romanian Academy, The Institute of Linguistics "Iorgu Iordan", Bucharest, doctoral inedited thesis, scientific coordinator: Acad.
All in all, it proves to be a complex analytical work and an enjoyable reading both for the specialized audience and for the interested reader in acquiring inedited information about the life and rule of the sovereign who shaped Romania's modern history, its modernization through his efforts, vision and rule.
The following list isolates the sizeable corpus of Harley 273's main scribe, most of which remains inedited. (33)
Alsager as "inedited" in the story (154)--not an English usage, but it calls to mind the French "inedit," that is, unpublished.
His repertoire has ranged from Machiavelli to modern playwrights such as Jarry, Nicolaj, and Dario Fo; at the same time, his mission is to bring to the stage original inedited works by new playwrights, making use of the talents of young people in all aspects of production (e.g., dance, music, set and light design).
Both exhibitions brought to light inedited photographs by Clifford which are in private collections in Spain.
There is no scientific records that describe or analyze the reproduction or influential aspects from Bachia bresslaui, Colobosaura modesta, Cercosaura ocellata, Hoplocercus spinosus and Micrablepharus atticolus that allow comparisons with those found in the present study, therefore our results are inedited.
The present study represents an important contribution to this field since the data obtained, together with that already reported, has shown to be inedited.