unanalysed


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unanalysed

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unanalyzed

adj
not yet analysed or examined
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In her curious condition of unanalysed sensations she was incapable of making a plan which should have any effect upon her state of mind.
That means vital information remains uncollected and unanalysed, leaving companies unable to see where they could conserve or redirect resources.
In their substantial work, '"The Institutionalization of Symbolic Interactionism in Canadian Sociology'", Rick Helmes-Hayes and Emily Milne provide a hitherto undocumented and unanalysed account of the development, spread, and state of symbolic interactionist theory in Canada.
Using innovative methods that allow me to control for previously unanalysed factors, I test the causality of this association and produce new estimates for the population level health impact of advanced parental age.
They'll never know what it means to have a private moment to themselves, an unrecorded, unanalysed thought." Unless, that is, the monster of state-run mass surveillance is brought under control.
The handprints remained stored in a box in Rabbi Avichail's home, unanalysed; the Rabbi had not found a person who could adequately interpret them--assuming it might be possible to ascertain ancestry from handprints.
Shrinivas Rao, CEO, Vestian Global Workplace Services said, "The Vestian Global IT / ITeS Growth Corridor Report aims to highlight the aspects of ORR that were previously unanalysed. We are of the opinion that ORR will to continue to remain an attractive IT/ITeS growth corridor of Bangalore and improve further with planned completion of numerous flyovers/ underpasses between Hebbal and Silk-Board Jn.
The analysis used massively parallel, next-generation sequencing technology to investigate whether mutations in nine genes known to be mutated in colorectal cancer, including the previously unanalysed exon 3 mutation of the KRAS gene, are predictive of response to Vectibix in metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC).
rather that the absence of a language to describe the intricacies of emotion means also that such intricacies are largely implicit, unanalysed and therefore not recorded as a part of individual self-identity' (p.
It is the unanalysed and often unconscious explanation of the way things work in the world that critics of current literacy education would like to recreate.
IN the stampede to label club owners The Devils in Prada a sentence in Alan Curbishley's parting interview has gone unanalysed. "I know the West Ham fans.
If the austere nominalist allows that properties exist (in a certain sense), then she can be content to leave sentences making reference to properties unanalysed. By defending such a non-eliminative form of austere nominalism, the view is made much more plausible.