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- adj. Not explained. Of unknown cause or origin.
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- adj. having the reason or cause not made clear
- adj. not explained
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They don't even know what to call it, opting for the label "unexplained dermopathy" in their paper.
That's sometimes summarized in what I called the unexplained portion of the pay gap, and that unexplained portion of the pay gap has declined over time; it represents the influence of everything that's difficult to account for in terms of job characteristics, industry mix, characteristics of workers, their experience in the labor force.
Although Morgellons disease isn't widely recognized as a medical diagnosis, experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are investigating reports of the condition, which they refer to as unexplained dermopathy.
Buie suggests tracking costs for books, classes, clothes and the like, then adding $100 a month per child in "unexplained" expenses.
Mulciber (voiced by Lance Henriksen) commands some control over the Ether, a Matrix-like network that somehow (again unexplained) warns him of impending danger and allows him to become invisible.
And finally, there is evil bad-ass Dragos, who is has some nefarious (and again unexplained) goal of his own.
He was found dead in unexplained circumstances at his bungalow here in Leicestershire in 1997 and an open verdict was recorded by the coroner.
What Behe does not do (and this is the point to which Bradford was responding) is make an argument from ignorance advocating  for demonic involvement in unexplained phenomena.
What Behe does not do (and this is the point to which Bradford was responding) is make an argument from ignorance or advocate for demonic involvement in unexplained phenomena.
Among many other potentially lethal drug effects, patients can die from a syndrome called unexplained sudden death as well as from acute drug-induced diabetes or pancreatitis and neuroleptic malignant syndrome (similar to a severe viral encephalitis of the brain).
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