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- adj. Not accepting negative numbers; having only a positive absolute value.
- adj. Lacking a signature, unendorsed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking a signature
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I'm finding it really fresh and compelling (even in unsigned form) 10: 30 AM
Speaking of the draft, the most gifted and accomplished first-round pick still unsigned is Stanford right fielder/quarterback Mark Borchard, drafted by the White Sox.
All the precautions – the unsigned emails, the code words, the warnings – they all made sense now.
All the precautions -- the unsigned emails, the code words, the warnings -- they all made sense now.
Microsoft had previously designed Vista to simply warn users if their drivers were "unsigned" -- that is, not approved by Microsoft -- but in a new announcement, the company pledged to make it impossible to load any unapproved drivers under Vista.
But news people apply a deep discount to anonymous comments: the people who send in unsigned letters or won’t identify themselves over the phone.
[This document, untitled, undated, and unsigned, is almost certainly by Paul de Man, and dates from around
A Limited Edition Coraline Nike Dunks that were produced exclusively for the film; some have been signed by Dakota Fanning, some remain unsigned.
Billboard dubbed the unsigned singer-songwriter a "must hear."
There is a small batch (somewhere around a dozen?) of mandolins referred to as unsigned Loars.
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