undemonstrated


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undemonstrated

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Not tested or proved:
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Had there been something latent in the man, a terrible undemonstrated genius agitating and embarrassing his demeanor, we had watched for its advent.
"I still see a potential, although as yet undemonstrated, the ability to match a nuclear weapon with an intercontinental ballistic missile," Dunford said.
But these predicted economy-wide outcomes are either undemonstrated, implausible, or untrue.
Invention implies discovering some previously undemonstrated function and often involves researching significant unknowns and gaining a new understanding of how things work.
The measures that have been recommended for minimizing annual mortality have included maintaining responsible stocking densities, maintaining healthy seed stock, extending culture to areas with depths greater than 20 m, and improving scallop germplasm, but the benefits of these measures remain undemonstrated at any large scale (Yang et al.
But because I continue to work on the theory, he speaks as though my basic principles are still unset and undemonstrated. "Whether the completed theory can successfully synthesize textual organization through an expanded concept of rhythm," he says, "remains to be seen." It is hard to understand what Culler is waiting for.
Through the consideration of these scaling components, CS-1000 ATM was able to overcome previously undemonstrated questions of labeling cells at clinical scale.
I believe that this type of thinking (i.e., potential but undemonstrated issues), can result in useless and expensive rules that our economy cannot afford.
What is more, the theoretical assertion of securing the 'Western hemisphere 'remains empirically undemonstrated because of disproportionate resource allocation.
Researchers have proposed the involvement of humoral, immunological, vascular, and other factors, (7,8) but these hypotheses remain undemonstrated. Spontaneous regression of other types of neoplasms (e.g., hepatocellular carcinoma) has been reported.
But not only is the conclusion reached undemonstrated (and thus
In an undemonstrated way, or undemonstrated yet, these words suggest the presence of Brancusi in Joyce's mind.