unculled

unculled

(ʌnˈkʌld)
adj
indiscriminate
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We subdivide the total animal population N(t) into compartments of susceptible S(t), vaccinated V(t), undetected infectious animals [I.sub.1] (t), and infectious detected and unculled [I.sub.2](t).
Pregnant dams (n = 63) remained singly housed with unculled litters throughout weaning.
Nearly three quarters of citations (73.9%) were issued for harvesting undersized or unculled oysters, or exceeding the daily catch limit.
The reasons for the citation were condensed into 6 general categories of citation: (1) administrative issues (e.g., license, taxes, paperwork), (2) use of illegal gear or dredging equipment, (3) harvesting at an illegal time or season, (4) harvesting in an illegal area, (5) collecting undersized (<3 in.) or unculled (i.e., unsorted) oysters, or (6) other reasons.
Nearly three quarters (73.9%) of citations were issued for oyster-specific reasons, mainly for possessing unculled or undersized oysters (Fig.
Harvesting unculled or undersized oysters was the most common type of citation issued in each tributary compared with other reasons for citations (Fig.
Although this unculled collection may be less powerful than Wiebe's novels, it will be welcomed by those who have followed his writing over the decades and appreciated by those who still need to be introduced to this important author.
Haven't the would-be planners heard of Llandudno's ridiculously unculled population of herring gulls that live on the town's roofs, adept at snatching an ice cream or piece of chocolate out of anyone's hand?
The narrator, identified as a "female lodger" about midway through the story, is fascinated by the landlady, who is described as the matriarch of this community: "There she sits on the sofa, like an ancient unculled pearl in a battered shell.
Lost too was a feeling of what poured forth from her, what lights, signs of sustained engagement, that earthly luck of youth unculled, the connections, net measures of being, and her willed incompleteness, the not quite committed nature of her self-acquaintance, a mind that partly clings (till now, the agon) to some ghost of otherness.
The HEX trap was the most efficient trap in terms of maximizing legal catch and minimizing sublegal catch; however, the unculled catch still exceeds the 10% sublegal tolerance.
And as trees in Yellowstone remained unculled by fires, untU last summer, so wild herds in the park also remained unculled.