unweighed

unweighed

(ʌnˈweɪd)
adj
1. (of quantities purchased, etc) not measured for weight
2. (of statements, etc) not carefully considered
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They continued to correspond, she in the unweighed language of unwavering affection, he in the chilly phraseology of the polished rhetorician.
The phylogenetic tree separated 17 Citrus genotypes into 3 main groups using analysis of Unweighed Pair Group Method with Arithmetic Mean.
David Sayer, the council's business compliance and public safety unit manager, said: "These fish sellers travel around the country selling unlabelled or misdescribed, unweighed packs of fish.
It was stored in three exhibit bags, one containing 36 individual deals of cannabis, while the others contained unweighed amounts of the drug.
Unweighed pair group method of arithmetic means cluster analysis indicated that 30 genotypes were capable of being classified into two major groups, A and B.
We left no stone unturned or piece of sheet metal unweighed," said Chuck Russell, General Motors vehicle line director whose responsibility includes the Chevrolet Cruze compact car.
In addition, cluster analysis was performed using the Unweighed Pair Group Method with Arithmetic Mean (UPGMA) (Kent and Coker, 1992).
The similarity matrix was transformed into a dendogram by means of unweighed pair group method with arithmetic averages (UPGMA) algorithm.
The similarity measure was the presence and absence Jaccard index, and the clustering method was the unweighed pair group method with arithmetic mean (UPGMA); the analysis was computed on the NTSYS software version 1.
By taking each separate piece of mail to the scales, carefully weighing it and then returning it to its proper place, the postal workers had the office congested with unweighed mail on the second day.
Estimation of preexponential factor from thermal decomposition curve of an unweighed sample // Anal.
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