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unobvious

(ʌnˈɒbvɪəs)
adj
not immediately evident or apparent
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Adj.1.unobvious - not immediately apparent; "in mathematical science connections are exhibited which...are extremely unobvious"- A.N.Whitehead
obvious - easily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mind; "obvious errors"
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These unobvious gadgets may seem unnecessary but in reality they can be a lifesavers for new parents, struggling with new responsibilities.
Initially inspired by street literature like Sister Souljah's The Coldest Winter Ever (Simon & Schuster, 1999) and female rappers like Eve and Nicki Minaj " hence her dexterity with syncopated flows and finding unobvious rhythmic pockets in a beat " Starrah also developed the omnivorous taste of the playlist generation.
Initially inspired by street literature like Sister Souljah's The Coldest Winter Ever and female rappers like Eve and Nicki Minaj - hence her dexterity with syncopated flows and finding unobvious rhythmic pockets in a beat - Starrah also developed the omnivorous taste of the playlist generation.
Some people might advise you to hide it in an unobvious place, but if you've heard this, then thieves probably know about this trick too.
The CTF allows top security experts to research virtual pieces of industrial control systems, discovering unobvious security problems that can be avoided in the future.
This threshold level of eligibility is often usefully explored by way of the substantive statutory criteria of patentability, for an invention that is new, useful and unobvious is more readily distinguished from the generalized knowledge that characterizes ineligible subject matter.
However, it is actually highly unobvious why the normative support relations between considerations and the actions (or action types) they support should be linked to good deliberation, or to patterns of rational response to information.
The electrochemical impedance spectra are composed of an obvious semi-circle, an unobvious semi-circle, and a slope line.
The unobvious benefits of interdependence need to be made manifest," writes Nathan Gardels for the World Post.
The unobvious and undetectable nature of "stationary" air explains why students are not always aware that pressure contributes to an effect.
87) Rich, supra note 86, at 400 ("Whenever novel subject matter, unobvious to the workers of ordinary skill in an art, is published, progress in the art is promoted.