unviewed

unviewed

(ʌnˈvjuːd)
adj
not viewed
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With colorful prose, Behind the Eyes We Meet is a story of fates entwined and the unviewed internal lives of others.
Once the similarity values between the learner's profile and all unviewed post messages are obtained using equation (8), top-N similar post messages will be recommended to the learner.
A story view on Messenger will not appear as unviewed on the main Facebook and vice versa.
Leon's 'Filipinos in the Gilded Age' in June-July showcased fabulous repatriated late-19th-century paintings, sacred sculptures and furniture, including locally unviewed works by Juan Luna and Felix Resurrecion Hidalgo.
The contract that candidates need to sign as a precondition for participation is "the unviewed framework that allows 'reality' television to work," signifying the power of production companies and television stations and enabling them to control "both the realities portrayed on television and the lived experience of the show's participants" (Halbert, 2003, p.
So far, so unviewed by millions of British people with a telly.
Or better yet, to speculate on how today's actions might influence an as-yet unviewed documentary.
The vast cloud mountains which shade the eye of sunset, the infernal red murk of a winter's dawn, the hurtling clouds flying like visible thunder from the west wind's fist, came to the prisoner like an unviewed, unawaited spectacle.
Every Web page faces the evolutionary imperative to be both unique and relevant; a Web site that is neither will pass to the digital dustbin, unviewed and unmaintained.
The Metropolitan Police must leave no picture unviewed to hunt down the yobs because the return of violence needs to be nipped in the bud.
Expensive exhibits go largely unviewed, interactive displays mostly untouched, while annual foot traffic through the facility is less than one-tenth of the neighboring National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
The court found that under the circumstances it was possible that the jury simply found the evidence they requested and only reviewed that evidence leaving the contents of the "banker's box" unviewed. The court concluded that because the record did not reflect that the jury in fact looked at, let alone relied on, the material in the "banker's box," which was not admitted into evidence, there was no basis for the trial court to conclude that the plaintiff was substantially' prejudiced by the mistake.