uncanned

uncanned

(ʌnˈkænd)
adj
not canned
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Uncanned When I ask people about sardines, they usually equated it with the canned products (or with the crowded Metro Rail Transit or Light Rail Transit).
candidates for futures trading, uncanned fruit, tea, and shoes are not
New York, NY, October 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- New York headquartered Uncanned Productions, a multi-platform media company devoted to showcasing healthy lifestyle and wellness programming, announced today that Gina Keatley has joined the team as Host of a new show.
Only a relatively small corps of Florida clamdiggers knew their way around an uncanned clam until our farming industry, centered at Cedar Key on the Gulf Coast, began to gather steam some 20 years ago.
For example, I have yet to find uncanned tomato paste (if you know of any, please let me know!).
Meanwhile, neighbouring Jordan said it will ban entry of uncanned food from Iraq, whether by road or by air, for two months due to the spread of cholera in Iraq.
A day earlier, Jordan said it was banning the entry of uncanned food from Iraq for two months.
What the students say is candid and uncanned. Some agree and others disagree.
While the final script may be the result of a lot of planning, a well-trained telemarketer should be able to make each call sound as natural and uncanned as possible.
Only a few American CDs have appeared over the past 15 years, the first of which was a dismal sounding short collection from Capitol in 1987; then in 1994, wizard producer Ron Furmanek released a two-volume set called Uncanned! The Best of Canned Heat as part of his standard-setting EMI Legends of Rock 'n' Roll series.
This practice is sometimes equated to the use of "slave labor." I can only report that my students were consistently enthusiastic, and seemed to profit from the experience of helping their professor design and conduct "uncanned" studies from which the results were not known in advance, i.e., genuine research.
And what the family provider looked back on now were two screaming kids, one howling mutt, and one wife staring wild-eyed at a "living room" floor where pots, pans, and crockery rose out of a sea of catsup, mustard, mayonnaise, cereal, nominute eggs, and uncanned peaches.