unthorough


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unthorough

(ʌnˈθʌrə)
adj
not thorough or comprehensive; not methodical or systematic; lacking thoroughness
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The cultural goals of "CR.M," as depicted by MAXXI's local collaborators at the Sursock Museum, is to carry "out a rigorous, albeit inchoative and unthorough analysis of the close link between classical tradition and the artistic research conducted by some leading exponents of contemporary Italian art." Who could say no to "rigorous, inchoative and unthorough analysis?"
In a statement, the CHR insisted that this could lead to an "unthorough" record of criminals and submission of unverified data.
De Guia pointed out that while the Commission has 'consistently maintained that intelligence gathering in pursuing drug personalities is a function of law enforcement,' giving sanctions to barangay officials who would not comply could lead to a practice of 'unthorough' submission of names.