unquantified

unquantified

(ʌnˈkwɒntɪˌfaɪd)
adj
not quantified; not expressing or denoting quantity
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Neonates who required care in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) before screening became available represent an unquantified but potentially significant segment of the at-risk population because of their likelihood for having received multiple transfusions, according to Henry H.
The cost of errors detected within the business--the 'near misses'--are often hidden or unquantified. By removing human error, the Claricom PCMS increases efficiency, reduces waste and helps the business to achieve on target delivery to retail customers,
To maintain the highest level of impartiality, our survey was kept short and sweet, with the concept of "best" left unquantified. Best was what was best to the individual voter--whether efficacy, service, avail ability or cost.
It said: "We believe that the unquantified migration of low-skilled, low-paid workers and family members, encouraged by this Labour Government, must stop."
Nationally and internationally, these not-so-hidden costs are largely unquantified but undoubtedly extremely high.
"For us, the risk is unquantified and perpetual, so even if the site meets the most stringent environmental standards of today, a business is still liable five, 10 or even 15 years down the road," she says.
The unquantified but heavy social and environmental costs of dams became recognized world-wide in the 1980s and 1990s.
Just as the post-Pascalian world is rich in unquantified and unquantifiable reasoning about probability, so, it turns out, the ancient and medieval worlds were by no means innocent of numerical methods for dealing with chance.
Allen & Neill (1950) also list wood rats (Neotorna floridana), "barn rats" (Rattus sp.), white-footed mice (Peromyscus sp.) and pocket gophers (Geomys pinetis) among stomach contents, but these unquantified occurrences are not included in Table 1.
Making a strong presence at Asia's biggest telco trade show in Singapore in early June (CommunicAsia pulls together more than 1200 companies and 70,000 punters), Lucent unveiled an unquantified alliance with Japanese internet protocol (IP) heavy, Fujitsu.
Yet creationists take science's plasticity to argue that their unquantified ideas should be given equal weight.
Such a system is expected to deliver significant (but as yet unquantified) gains in productivity.