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un·at·test·ed

 (ŭn′ə-tĕs′tĭd)
adj.
Not attested: a series of unattested quotations.

unattested

(ˌʌnəˈtɛstɪd)
adj
not attested, certified, or supported by evidence
Translations

unattested

adj
(= unconfirmed)unbezeugt, unbestätigt
(Brit: = not formally certified) → (behördlich) nicht überprüft
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The unattested copies of his CNIC attached with his papers were also a reason for the rejection of his papers.
He said documents' copies submitted by the witness were unattested.
Till now, the entire trial had been conducted with the help of unattested photocopies of the mentioned report.
SARGODHA -- The divisional arms licence review committee here Tuesday reviewed 358 unattested arms licence cases in the division and issued directions for completion of biometric verification of all licences.
This design is placing autistic children on a high pedestal; acknowledging their unattested vibrant minds and the strong artistic elements that many of them have.
The Old French word rivere or riviere (from an unattested spoken Latin word riparia) meant "riverbank" as well as "watercourse, stream.
Sebeok (1960 : 309) marks this as unattested, but Alhoniemi (1979 : 218) identifies the word as MariE (Birsk) kunzo 'Last'.
The austerities of Islamic doctrine and practice are humanized too--somewhat--by the romance of the stories surrounding the life of the prophet and his wives and children, and unattested stories and sayings recorded in the Hadiths.
The book also includes four appendices, which contain lists of the attested and unattested letters (appendices one and two), the transcription of one letter (appendix three) and the network of people Jane Austen corresponded with (appendix four).
The Latin word typologia is, like "typology," unattested in patristic writings.
Scholars of religion defend the Farrer Hypothesis, which holds that Luke knew Matthew's gospel, so biblical scholars do not need to search for or reconstruct the otherwise unattested source, conventionally designated "Q.
The counterfeiting of bitcoins (also known as the problem of "double spending") is prevented not through police work and legal prosecution by any central authority, but quite elegantly by the decentralized verification process that prevents the transfer of any coin of unattested provenance from being accepted onto the public ledger.