unclarified

unclarified

(ʌnˈklærɪˌfaɪd)
adj
1. not made clear or easy to understand
2. (Cookery) (of fat, butter, etc) not made clear by heating, etc
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2 BCF of Contingent Resources Development Unclarified.
Speaking in a radio interview on Sunday morning, Andanar also cited unclarified intelligence reports about terror groups that are supposedly stepping up their recruitment activities.
In conclusion, the precise role of postprandial hyperglycemia in relation to development of diabetic complications is unclarified and is one of the remaining unanswered questions in diabetes.
The legal submission sought affirmation of Manila's rights in its claimed exclusive economic zone (EEZ), thereby invalidating China's expansive but unclarified claims indicated by the so-called nine-dash line which appears on official Chinese maps.
Therefore, further research is required to identify and study its other active components with possible medicinal values, such as chemical profiling and mechanisms of actions with the biological activity that remain unclarified.
Unclarified CAP etiology is critical, since it leads to unnecessary use of antibiotics, elevated resistance, and increased health care expenses.
Gender predisposition remains an unclarified issue and its association with female hormonal level has been argued [2].
The dispersion of relative wages in the public sphere chiefly indicates the relative labor market position of low-wage individuals and is unclarified by the wagerelated features of high-wage employees.
Another fundamental but unclarified issue is how migrating neurons detect and transduce guidance cues in order to change their direction of migration.
This finding is also supported by Castro et al (2007) who concluded in their study that doctors caring for patients with limited health literacy employ unclarified jargon during consultations.
philosophical investigation or zetesis applied to Christian exegesis and theology) the only one admissible in matters left unclarified by Scripture and tradition.
Moreover, policy initiatives, such as the Affordable Care Act, are subject to frequent changes that limit the ability of private actors to respond to any tentative, but unclarified, elements of the original legislation.