unpreferred

unpreferred

(ˌʌnprɪˈfɜːd)
adj
not preferred
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During heat treatments of high chromium cast irons unpreferred precipitates can form within the commercial heat treatment temperature range in the alloy.
(15) Partisans, for example, will likely exhibit skepticism when their unpreferred candidate is attributed praise for, or tries to attribute blame to, the preferred candidate for economic outcomes (Taber and Lodge 2006) and will even discount factual economic information if it appears to undermine a co-partisan president (Ramirez and Erickson 2014).
Incorporating discursive insights occurs through how therapists use questions and their ways of responding to invite further questions about unpreferred discourse (its use is often uncritically taken for granted) while talking more preferred realities into significance and action.
Blood sampling and lactate measurement: Blood samples were collected from unpreferred hand mid-fingertips in five phases by a certificated lactometer.
Rwanda is in an unpreferred class." (194) Similarly, the New York Times took the position that because there was no U.N.
Even males may choose their potential partners and apparently, in some cases, they can present their choice as extremely as females do by cannibalizing unpreferred mates," the researchers stated.
However, because the potential interactions with an object are determined by the type definition (e.g., signatures of methods) of the object, there may be some unpreferred object interactions that are filtered out.
& Rupr.), were preferred and one common grass, curly mesquite (Hi/aria belangeri (Steud.) Nash), was unpreferred by red harvester ants compared among all seeds collected by foragers (Nicolai et al.
The manner in which a standard contract is created can have two contrary implications with respect to parties' incentives to use an unpreferred contract.
Some have even asserted that these "unpreferred preferences" are becoming ever more pervasive as the modern global economy extends the reach of the marketplace beyond what any previous generation has experienced (George, 2001).
Even preferred rights that ordinarily trigger strict scrutiny do not do so when the individual challenger is himself, shall we say, "unpreferred." Convicts, for example, are subject to having their most fundamental rights of speech, to marry, and of privacy denied by prison officials, and courts will only apply a lenient, rational basis-type of review to such policies under Turner v.
Females spent about 30pc more time with the unpreferred males at the end of the experiment than they had at the beginning.