unapprised


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unapprised

(ˌʌnəˈpraɪzd)
adj
not informed or apprised of something
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It is unacceptable that people are left unapprised of developments regarding their claims, said Ms Ngwenya Mabila.
The stylization and distortion of form and anti-naturalistic color in these paintings may veil their relation to that moment of encounter--the unapprised viewer might not detect the disquiet of any "uncertain exchange" beyond that which takes place between the painter and his blank canvas--but the disquiet manifest everywhere in the show was palpable.
84) Proponents of this statute took the position that the legislation was a needed codification of the holding in Pope, (85) A codification of Pope was viewed as a valuable addition to the probate code because it would make personal representatives, unapprised of case law, aware of the need to give certain creditors actual notice.
Now it does seem strange that Lord Combermere should have been unapprised of this transaction; or being apprized of it, that he should have suffered Mr.
While policymakers have attempted to furnish adolescents with adequate protections by enacting these knee-jerk legislative policies, school districts--who are strapped with implementing these new laws--have been left confused and unapprised.
The UNHRC accepted that such harm could not be adequately mitigated by the state's provision of healthcare services as long as detention remained arbitrary and indefinite, the detainees remained unapprised of the security grounds against them, and the conditions of detention remained difficult.
Not only were Winston Churchill and Charles de Gaulle unapprised of the meeting, they were specifically banned from being told under orders of the British Chief of Staff, who dreaded their reaction.