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unintegrated

(ʌnˈɪntɪˌɡreɪtɪd)
adj
(Sociology) (of society or a community) not mixed or merged, or (of an individual or group) not mixed or merged into an existing community
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Adj.1.unintegrated - not integratedunintegrated - not integrated; not taken into or made a part of a whole
2.unintegrated - separated or isolated from others or a main groupunintegrated - separated or isolated from others or a main group; "a segregated school system"; "a segregated neighborhood"
separate - independent; not united or joint; "a problem consisting of two separate issues"; "they went their separate ways"; "formed a separate church"
divided - separated into parts or pieces; "opinions are divided"
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"When Jacobs' current CEO was appointed to this role in August 2015, he inherited an underperforming organisation that had similarly been built through acquisitions that remained unintegrated," he explains.
A key component of this is its rapidly developing social credit system, which uses hundreds of millions of cameras and overlapping and, as yet, unintegrated systems that draw on "big data" to assess citizens' behavior and assign a score to each.
Although both Hughes and Fogarty mention a dichotomy of space in these films, Faye Woods, in "Space, Authenticity and Utopia in the Hip Hop Teen Dance Film," explicitly analyzes the consequences of such spatial divisions and their reinforcement by a "sonically unintegrated" soundtrack (p.
Over time, AMDOs have matured the NAMP from its initial body of unintegrated policies and processes in the late 1950s, to its first formal release in 1961, to development of today's Naval Aviation maintenance standard operating procedures.
Unintegrated downstream rivals thus can be disadvantaged, and the merging firm can achieve or enhance market power in one or both markets.
But what it is going to do is allow underwriters to avoid much of the time-consuming churn of assembling data and assessing differing sources of unintegrated analytics.
Many of the multiple cell therapy manufacturing process steps remain largely unintegrated and manual, with open transfers between steps increasing contamination risk.
Many of the multiple cell therapy manufacturing process steps 2 remain largely unintegrated and manual, with open transfers between steps increasing contamination risk.
It is this latter topic that seems to have inspired the author to the write the book and, as he correctly states, there are many Muslims in Europe who are alienated, disaffected, unintegrated, on welfare, and, in some cases, susceptible to the messaging of radical clerics.
The state-society contradiction that thus emerged further spurred the formation of a national consciousness among minority (i.e., non-Russian) nationalities that remained unintegrated into the Soviet state.
In Jungian terms, horror represents the 'shadow' of culture, of media and of Media Studies: the unintegrated part of the whole that draws power from our very reluctance to confront it and acknowledge it as, in fact, integral to the human psyche.
In such traumatic experiences one is unable to comprehend, the normal memory functioning--most particularly, of codification and integration--does not take place, leaving a residue of unintegrated fragments that frequently reappear in posterior episodes of re-enactment of the traumatic scene (American Psychiatric Association).