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- adj. Not processed
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not refined or processed
- adj. not treated or prepared by a special process
- adj. not altered from an original or natural state
Sorry, no etymologies found.
We human beings are fascinated with events that remain unprocessed.
But someone who knows they the white dots are in transform space, and knows -how- to do image processing on it, can clean up the data in transform space, transform it back, and the resulting graph/chart/image shows relationship that people can see, a lot better than the original "unprocessed" data....
The Managers do not intend that the Food and Nutrition Service interpret the term "unprocessed" literally, but rather intend that it be logically implemented.
In specifying the term "unprocessed," the Managers 'use of the term intends to preclude the use of geographic preference for agricultural products that have significant value added components.
Instead of supporting the scientific process they deliberately destroyed much of their original "unprocessed" raw data, while conspiring before our "lying eyes" to destroy more recent data and emails for which they anticipated Freedom of Information requests.
Reducing the 'cost of doing business' especially for our core export industries, such as unprocessed and semi-processed resources, which still account for the bulk of export revenue and which require easy and reliable access to efficient ports located at some distance from the resource rich interior.
UPDATE: A reader suggests I go with the "unprocessed" meaning for "raw," so that we oldsters can, by inference, be refined.
Depending on how you want to define "unprocessed," a 100% unprocessed diet may not be practical.
But every step you can take toward the "unprocessed" end of the spectrum is a step in the right direction.
I suspect we will be hearing the word "unprocessed" often in the coming week. statement condemning the Wikileaks release said:
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