unformulated

unformulated

(ʌnˈfɔːmjʊˌleɪtɪd)
adj
not put into or expressed in systematic terms
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evidence" which, because of an unformulated moral ideal, can
But just as usages of 'global' have been trendy yet vague, global cinema is a popular yet unformulated term, often referring to Hollywood blockbusters or simply equated with 'world cinema' as such these days.
According to him, a lot of "unformulated pairings" worked together in the past.
My thesis: The Council of Crete pointed out that the Orthodox Church works better with unformulated, but prophetic "self-commitments" than with formal decisions, over which lies anyway the difficult problem of post-conciliar reception.
Still, in terranebuloso the aerial spots detect growths of unimaginable flora and herds of biologically dubious fauna inhabiting hitherto unformulated territory: "In this forest, it seemed that nature had absolved her creations from an adherence to the formal divisions so biology and botany were quite overthrown and the only animals we saw, green-fleshed, marsupial, one-eyed, crawling things, seemed more an ambulant vegetable than anything else.
The your-grief, my-grief, our-grief launching of this relationship shares the enormity of the loss; contains, clarifies, facilitates, and modulates overwhelming feeling states; and helps to symbolize the unformulated affect.
Attempts to make sense of unformulated experience are disrupted because, to some degree, the breast, or mother, is no longer seen as a source of meaning but becomes meaning itself, a collection of absolute facts (Bion, 1965, p.
Stylistically speaking, The sea change loses any fineness regarding the depiction of the chronotope, but it truly illustrates the blunt, and yet complex, style of writing, which emphasizes another dimension of the unformulated, dragging the reader into the deeper levels of meaning.
Daenerys's wishes in this regard are unformulated, but Viserys would hardly have respected any veto she might have issued.
Unformulated acephate (trade name: Surrender; molecular formula: [C.sub.4] [H.sub.10]N[O.sub.3] PS; molecular weight: 183.16 g/mol; purity: 99.0%; recommended field dosage by the manufacturer: 1 g of acephate into 1 L of water) was obtained from Hayleys Agriculture Ltd., Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Considering the synergistic involvement of free radicals, AGEs and MMPs on the onset of dysmetabolic diseases [18], the antioxidant activity (ORAC assay), the antiglycation activity, and the inhibition capacity on MMP-2 and MMP-9 (gelatinases involved in vascular remodeling with a consequence of high levels of cholesterol and triglycerides) [6, 19] of both formulated and unformulated extracts have been evaluated.
From each such unformulated and naive world view, an explicit scientific world view may arise by higher specialization of the same basic grammatical patterns that fathered the naive and implicit view."