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unselectively

(ˌʌnsɪˈlɛktɪvlɪ)
adv
in an unselective manner
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Scoring instructions were discussed among the reviewers and included the following: (1) MDM2 signals were visualized as a discrete black signal whereas CHR12 signals were detected as a discrete red signal; (2) cases were considered acceptable for evaluation if endogenous MDM2 and CHR12 signals were identified in nontumor cells; (3) 40 nonoverlapping tumor nuclei were to be enumerated per case, recording the number of MDM2 signals and CHR12 signals per tumor nucleus; (4) aneusomy of CHR12 was considered if the average CHR12 copy number per cell was greater than 3; and (5) if a subpopulation of apparent tumor cells was amplified, the tumor cells were scored unselectively to determine the overall MDM2:CHR12 ratio.
That unselectively 'scattershot' approach is unproductive, especially because quite a number of the jokes aren't new-they're rehashes of really old gags that are no longer funny-due to sheer repetition!
It confirmed whether the model was superior to the strategy of unselectively performing PSG for all patients.
She was always working, perhaps too unselectively. There were too many assignments she called "stinkeroos," and some she refused to see.
they unselectively bind to hydrophobic protein sequences liberated by denaturation.
"We demanded of the courts to act unselectively and the Government condemned these acts," Ahmeti told the Albanian TV "Prisma." As a solution for reducing the tensions, he suggests Macedonian and Albanian parties to work with the minorities in order for them to accept each other in a multiethnic country.
"Useful" iron in your body is bound to carrier proteins and enzyme systems that isolate it from bodily tissues, and that direct its catalytic activities to where they are needed.72 But iron in its unbound state is free to react unselectively with a variety of chemical compounds.15
When aided by the IT in a mass, unselectively frequent and severe use within the scenery of huge shopping malls (enveloped by a consumerist fever and spiced up by an ever larger cyber--neurosis, disillusional and psychosomatic disorders, and functional illiteracy of misinformed, undereducated, cyber-autistic and egotistic under-aged and hardly-aged individuals-all caused by the constant (in)flow of clusters of addictive alerts on diver--ting banalities), it is an environment which epitomizes what I coined as the McFB way of life.
The commercial oil shale bed (F/A) is extracted unselectively (bulk extraction) using a drilling and blasting method in underground and opencast mining, selectively of three seams (F/E, E/C and C/B) in opencast using a ripper and excavator and highly selectively in opencast using a Surface Miner Wirtgen 2500SM.
Without an observable reality there is no way to distort thinking process or abstract unselectively, so Kelly's person-as-scientist is very well aware that the mere notion of science can be construed in several, alternative ways--as is expected from the majority of philosophers of a science nowadays.
vitticollis, state that their mandibles are of the graminivorous type, that their feces contain mostly residues of grasses, and that they are unselectively polyphagous.
There is only a small difference in the bond energy between C-C bonds and C-S or S-S bonds, leading to cleavage of both C-C and C-S or S-S bonds, which may occur unselectively by simple heating (ref.