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un·se·lec·tive

 (ŭn′sĭ-lĕk′tĭv)
adj.
1. Not selective; indiscriminate.
2. Marked by random selection.

unselective

(ˌʌnsɪˈlɛktɪv)
adj
not selective or characterized by indiscriminate selection
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unselective - not selective or discriminatingunselective - not selective or discriminating; "unselective in her reading habits; her choices seemed completely random"
indiscriminating, undiscriminating - not discriminating
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This is compounded by the opossum's unselective omnivorous diet (Reynolds, 1945; McManus, 1970), distinct preference for animal matter (McManus, 1970), and proclivity for adaptations to deal with toxic and dangerous prey (Voss and Jansa, 2012).
Although the indexes aforementioned had been proven to have prognostic capacity after PCI,[9],[10],[11],[12],[13],[14],[15],[16] to date, few studies have explored the utility of all these indexes among the unselective real-world patients undergoing contemporary PCI treatment.
Come on, adopt an amnesty law for all those involved in the 27 April events so that there can be unselective justice and freedom for everyone," Mickoski said at the celebration of the holiday at the Macedonian National Theater, which wasn't attended by his predecessor Nikola Gruevski.
However, the existent empirical evidence questions the idea that an unselective entry of FDI can always reports benefits for the host country.
Older unexposed female crickets are already unselective, therefore no change in selectivity following CC injection is expected.
An apparent reduction in ideal selectivities of gas pairs is observed in mixed matrix membranes containing 15 wt% titania NPs which can be related to unselective voids and micron-size aggregates formation in polymer matrix.
In this game, there were different types of senders (high, medium, and low), and different types of receivers (selective and unselective).
Apart from those blinded, the unselective use of pellet guns has led to 16 fatalities and 7,000 injuries.10
The carbon oxide selectivity increased with increasing reaction temperature indicating the unselective oxidation reaction of ethane, acetic acid, and ethylene at high reaction temperatures.
This is a big departure from slapstick comedy, which shoots out an unselective series of eschatological gags and goony insults, to beat viewers into giggling and unthinking submission.
The technical risk factors of necrosis also include unselective embolization and embolization till stasis is achieved [8,10].
Our data suggested that switching from a selective ETRA ambrisentan to an unselective ETRA bosentan maybe reasonable and safe.