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Adv.1.unclearly - in a manner that is unclear
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The feature was unclearly worded (students had to uncheck a box labeled "get career opportunities relevant to me" if they didn't want their data to be sold to outside companies).
Both Pakistan and India frequently take fishermen into custody for illegally fishing in each other's territorial waters because the wooden boats used by these fishermen lack the technology to avoid drifting away across unclearly defined maritime borders.
Moreover, political files are often labeled unclearly with internal numbered titles of no use to the average user.
This heterogeneous terminology, among other things, has made the concept of intellectual capital still unclearly defined.
Severe 7 Same as 6 except the pain Very completely dominates your Unable to Intense senses, causing you to engage in normal think unclearly about half activities.
more complex, as it draws unclearly from precisely those "moral
Items that communicated unclearly, in terms of their linguistic phrasing or their embodiment of conflict, were rephrased or replaced.
Finally, throughout the book Yearling usually assumes an unclearly defined hypothetical audience: for example, statements such as '[Marston] typically leaves his spectators confused and unsettled rather than enlightened' pose the question of who that imagined audience is (120): the original English spectators in early modern playhouses taken as a homogenous entity, potential modern audiences in the theatre, or just a general readership who may try to visualise these performances?
Ostrom (1999)'s work on self-governance and forest resources also shows that traditional governance regimes are not likely to work under conditions of contested boundaries, unclearly defined users, authority whose legitimacy is questionable and where rights of participation are unequal.
The positive law of private nuisance is, we will argue, particularly unsuitable as an illustration of a real world application of Coasean bargaining since that law is not a system of what Calabresi and Melamed called property rules, but a liability rule generally qualifying property rights in the public interest, (13) though that interest is generally but unclearly formulated.
Yet the default locus of power, as well as the mechanisms of allocation, remains unclearly defined in formal terms, and indeed contested.