unestablished


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unestablished

(ʌnɪˈstæblɪʃt)
adj
not established; not fully firm or settled
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Adj.1.unestablished - not established; "a reputation as yet unestablished"
constituted, established - brought about or set up or accepted; especially long established; "the established social order"; "distrust the constituted authority"; "a team established as a member of a major league"; "enjoyed his prestige as an established writer"; "an established precedent"; "the established Church"
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We removed Miguna as an undocumented, unestablished passenger on transit to his last port of call," the CS said.
'Thus there is sufficient proof that accused Mudassir Bashir (CR) called accused Wajahat Ullah early in the morning to come to the university and on his arrival was asked to give details of the blasphemous utterances of Mashal Khan, more so the students who were levelling allegations against Mashal Khan had no concern with the blasphemy or derogatory remarks and those making the allegations had no proof of their allegations,' the court ruled, adding that those unfounded and unestablished allegations were made the basis for the murder of Mashal and accused Mudassir and Bilal Buksh were the actual instigators/abettors of such false allegations.
Also, when an SSA deploys to an unestablished area, the support structures to catch back up are not available like they are in garrison.
Auxiliary Index Land Cover A Rocky outcrop B Bare soil C Established artificial D Unestablished artificial E Agriculture F Herbaceous/Shrubby vegetation G Silvan H Mixed woodlands I Forest/woods
Although the optimal management protocol for patients in the precollapse stage remains unestablished, early intervention before collapse is critical for a successful outcome [1, 5].
The Scientific Committee on Food (SCF) extrapolated tolerable upper limit of 7 mg/day of zinc for children aged 1-3 years from adults' tolerable upper limit because of unestablished zinc limit for them [21].
A limited understanding of EC in addition to unestablished treatment guidelines contributes to a relative mortality rate of 80% and a 10-year disease survival rate of 9% when metastatic in stage [1, 7].
With the exception of Bicep, perhaps - every one of the acts below are relatively unestablished at an international level, which sums up the last twelve months for music here in Northern Ireland.
was poor or unestablished, traditional sources of borrowing were closed
It is noteworthy that VAT will be imposed not only on most domestic supplies of goods and services across each GCC country but also on purchases made from unestablished suppliers, which currently are untaxed.
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The first grouping is in accordance with the National Standards Report, which was in operation at the time of the study, where treatment is classified according to its evidence basis as established, emerging or unestablished. [2]