unevaluated

unevaluated

(ˌʌnɪˈvæljʊˌeɪtɪd)
adj
not evaluated; not examined or appraised
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'Most drug users are referred to unevaluated community-based rehabilitation programs,' the report said.
Thus, the most profound effects of maternal smoking during pregnancy may occur at distal regulatory regions, which have been largely unevaluated.
After I read this, I thought back to the gist of Elizondo's beef with the Defense Department, and Mellon's complaint in his Washington Post op-ed, that such incidents (and others like it) "remain largely ignored and unevaluated" by the military.
Moreover, unevaluated factors, such as history of alcohol abuse and liver disease, high body mass index, unhealthy diet, and low- to high-density lipoprotein levels, should be evaluated with suPAR levels.
In the self-administered groups it was 20/20, 100%, 7 unevaluated, and in therapist-administered group it was 10/10, 100%, 1 unevaluated.
However, oils still remain unevaluated while buying," said Priyanka Kharbanda, Educator, Public Health Nutrition, Public Health Foundation of India (PHFAI).
It is substantially different from data in that data are raw unevaluated messages (Chimah & Nwokocha, 2013).
"The CCGs promoted scheme, Care Closer to Home is in floundering development - it has had no stress tests and is unevaluated.
Thus, unevaluated classification prevents further analysis and interpretation.
It is a quirk of our post Enlightenment age that the category of 'believer' is more or less reserved for religious believers and likely to be unevaluated as akin to religion, for all others.
Consequently, information arrived but went unevaluated for decision