unspecifically

unspecifically

(ˌʌnspəˈsɪfɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a manner that is not explicit, particular, or definite
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Notwithstanding that the Chronicle of Alfonso III was one of the sources of the text, we learn nothing of the provenance of those 'barbarians' in the first two passages that refer to the Arab invasion, rather unspecifically. (69) Nothing, either, of the evolution of Islam in Spain from province to emirate and later caliphate, or the aggregate of taifa kingdoms over the course of the eleventh century.
When I say "singing sound," my students basically know what I mean, but the term cuts unspecifically across the musical parameters of articulation, timing and dynamics.
Caeridin-a1 at its higher concentrations could rapidly and unspecifically interact and disrupt the cytoplasmic membrane leading to cell lysis, but Caeridin-a1 at its lower concentrations may perform antimicrobial activities by other mechanisms or may need longer time to induce membrane permeabilisation.
Thus, reduction of the radius of the ROI allowed elimination of cells entering the migration zone unspecifically, and it allowed a focus of the assay on cells that entered especially during the last 24 h (i.e., during the treatment period).
One hypothesis supposes RNU2-1f to be encapsulated into apoptotic bodies and to be unspecifically released into the bloodstream in the course of apoptotic degradation (16).
This can be incorporated unspecifically into proteins instead of methionine.
Hydroxyl radicals cause oxidative damage to cells because they unspecifically attack biomolecules [22] located less than a few nanometres from its site of generation and are involved in cellular disorders such as neurodegeneration [23,24], cardiovascular disease [25], and cancer [26,27].
The Government says it cannot intervene, with EU regulations being unspecifically blamed as the barrier to supporting UK manufacturers.
Silver and many of its compounds (e.g., zeolites, oxides, chlorides) are in contrast to specific acting antibiotics working more unspecifically due to dosage dependent silver ion release, and therefore no known bacterial resistance against silver is documented.
Ossian, in During's argument, works in the colonial world because the poetry is both specifically Scottish and unspecifically universal.