unelaborated


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unelaborated

(ˌʌnɪˈlæbəˌreɪtɪd)
adj
not elaborated
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Adj.1.unelaborated - giving only major pointsunelaborated - giving only major points; lacking completeness; "a sketchy account"; "details of the plan remain sketchy"
incomplete, uncomplete - not complete or total; not completed; "an incomplete account of his life"; "political consequences of incomplete military success"; "an incomplete forward pass"
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I have attempted to leave, unelaborated, the ethnically identified calls that separate Slavs from Jews in a chaotic crowd.
2d at 421; (3) a per curiam or other unelaborated denial of relief rendered without written opinionsee Stallworth, 827 So.
In doing so, it confronts the unelaborated myths presented by architectural discourse with overtly drawn Architectural figures from works of fiction.
a simple and unelaborated "No!" withdraws from agencies a range of
where he could try to make it better." Then she added, "I think pulling him aside and going over the tenses and when to use plurals or just figuring that all out." Like Megan, Lisa focused on correcting the writing to "make it better." She offered basic unelaborated teaching strategies, simply indicating she would use a "mini-lesson" and "go over" tenses and plurals without indicating any particular role for the student.
Enoch's approach in this regard also reveals itself powerfully in his unexplained and unelaborated upon claim that issues which he believes are interesting--such as law's power, its ability to affect our lives in deep ways, its ability to structure and alter our practical reasoning processes, and its relations with other social practices whose norms it claims to pre-empt--are simply unrelated to, and hence have nothing significant to gain from or lend to, inquiries concerning the character and operation of law's formal normativity (Enoch 2015, pp.
(130) First, if the nature of governance may be changing, it is problematic to invoke a singular and unelaborated notion of 'good governance'.
15) the minimal self is "a consciousness of oneself as an immediate subject of experience", and thereby it is much more rudimentary and unelaborated than the construct of self-concept which incorporates all manner of psychological complexities in how one sees oneself (see also Strawson, 2000).
the hidden resemblances of dissimilar things" and achieve "that power of vision which shows to the poet link upon link joining earth to heaven, high meanings to humble things," it is the reader's responsibility to fill in the gaps between the poet's metaphorical leaps: "We must be able to perceive the [poet's] analogies when hinted to us, and to complete for ourselves the unelaborated idea, for the poet cannot check his own ascent to point us out every link of the chain.
He further recommends explaining Buddhism to Americans by retranslating the Buddhist term "Mind Essence," Dwight Goddard's influential translation of the Sanskrit term tathata (roughly "suchness," or the unelaborated nature of reality) (Goddard 1994, 518-19; Giles 2011, 194), as the "Mind of God" (Kerouac 1997, 198), prioritizing the use of theistic terminology recognizable to Westerners over philosophical accuracy.
Heppell's earlier work on Iban art, from which these recent pronouncements have been developed, provides a relatively unelaborated conceptual framework, unlike that of Freeman's paradigm on which Heppell relies.