from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unclose.
- adj. Not closed; left open.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not separated by inclosures; open.
- adj. Not finished; not concluded.
- adj. Not closed; not sealed; open.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not separated by inclosures; open; uninclosed.
- Not finished; not brought to a close; of accounts, not balanced; not settled.
- Not closed.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Hovewer the explanation is highly subjective, unclosed from the perspective of a mage of The Crimson Guard, thus being just another partial view of a vast and complex system of magic.
Moderator: NO! you left the italics tag unclosed which pollutes all the following comments!
Using a work-around for now (copying the contents of the "unclosed" file to another file, and running asecond program on the data.)
There seems to be an unclosed CENTER tag in this post, probably associated with the embedded video; all posts below this one are shown with center justification, and some text at the RM is being clipped.
As for the unclosed paren, I guess Matt needs syntax highlighting.
A Wells Fargo spokesman said the bank requires inspections for all unclosed loans secured by a property in federally declared disaster areas.
During a past 17 years, heated efforts from many laboratories have unclosed a fundamental basis for frail X syndrome.
Using this screening method, a scientists unclosed 9 molecules that topsy-turvy a lethal goods of glutamate.
Meanwhile, an OCF investigation into his still-unclosed 2004 and 2008 campaigns is pending.
An “unclosed tag” means somebody put in an open tag, but forgot to put in the closing tag, which will mean the browser will keep putting everything in italics until it finally sees a closing tag.
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