unforewarned

unforewarned

(ˌʌnfɔːˈwɔːnd)
adj
not forewarned
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Effectiveness of the BBC's 999 training roadshows on cardiopulmonary resuscitation: video performance of cohort of unforewarned participants at home six months afterwards.
But by deceit and lies; this let him know, Lest willfully transgressing he pretend Surprisal, unadmonished, unforewarned. (5.238-45) Much critical discussion has ensued from this passage, most of which examines Milton's theodicy and the perennial debates over free will, but I am most interested in the execution of Raphael's mission when compared to the specifics of his mandate.
The MOST is a 29-point scale comprising 3-word recall, orientation to 6 date-and-time items, unforewarned recall of 12 pictured household items, and an 8-point clock drawing score.