unreviewed

unreviewed

(ˌʌnrɪˈvjuːd)
adj
not reviewed or examined, esp not given a written review
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to be free from unreasonable official entries upon his private commercial property."(43) Fearing the "unreviewed discretion of the enforcement officer in the field,"(44) the Court placed the discretion to grant an inspection warrant in the hands of a magistrate, according to the traditional warrant procedure.
It was then that he disappeared from mainstream public debate; his political books went unreviewed and his articles were accepted only in small alternative publications.
That kind of investment demands a fair return, and Vaid's publisher leaned on the New York Times Book Review when her book went unreviewed. The editors made a concession-but very much on their own terms: they assigned conservative gay writer Bruce Bawer to attack Vaid for being a class-struggle revolutionary.
Davies[29] suggests that working papers might be electronically "marked" on each page of text "may not be cited", and points out that unreviewed information in, say, the medical field may be positively dangerous (albeit not in social sciences and business).
Elie Wiesel's memoir is written by a man whose inner postures have gone so long unreviewed he cannot persuade, us he is on a voyage of self-discovery, the first requirement in a work of testament.
The editors proclaim their intentions with an unusual degree of verve, noting "we try to be a little more direct and lively than many paper publications, and considerably less hasty and ephemeral than most postings to unreviewed electronic spaces." EJournal has a board of advisors whose six members are well known in the field of electronic communications.
Thus, "buried as it was in a voluminous" submission to the Versed IND file made after FDA approval, a congressional committee observed of the September 1986 report that it "not surprisingly, apparently went unreviewed by FDA."(38)
Possible issues may include whether your staff should share unreviewed appraisals with the examiners, or whether your staff should run cash flows with alternate assumptions for the examiners.
Also, although the overall opinion will only relate to the controls reviewed, some user auditors may mistakenly infer that the overall opinion relates to unreviewed portions of the system.
Few movies go unreviewed; four-fifths of the books published are ignored.) The editor of the one-person section can't do more than skim the book, get an impression as to whether it's worth reviewing, and make a fast judgment about which reviewer is going to click.
The same legal culture accepted broad, often unreviewed, discretionary power for NHTSA to order the recall of cars.
Not only are many books unreviewed, reviewed too late, or poorly reviewed; not only are many fine works unadvertised and unpromoted, but they--the good ones--tend to go out-of-print before you can place an order.