from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not specified; not thoroughly explained or detailed; not adequately commented.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not specified; not specifically mentioned.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not stated explicitly or in detail
Kabwila-Kapasula also says all the organizations have agreed to take what she calls unspecified action if their academic freedom is not assured.
CrimethInc and his "Black Hat Hackers Bloc" vow they'll take down Republican Web sites, e-mail servers, phones and fax lines, alter electronic billboards and cause what he calls unspecified "financial disruption."
The statement also said, however, that South Korea could still salvage dialogue by apologizing to the North for what it called unspecified
The statement also said, however, South Korea could still salvage dialogue by apologizing to the North for what it called unspecified "crimes" against it.
The film follows a man, who is embroiled in unspecified shady dealings, who is confronted by a childhood friend.
His proposal also includes $2 billion in unspecified budget cuts, a convenient line in a budget outline but one that won't do when it's time to propose a real spending plan in a few weeks.
Several teammembers were killed or wounded in unspecified action, probably against the NVA 27th Independent
But he referred to unspecified contacts between the U.S. and Iran over the case.
Instead it refers to unspecified buildings "in poor state of preservation" and "illegal occupations," and says the area has little value as real estate.
The lawsuit also blasts the city for installing water meters, “selectively” enforcing the city’s building code, and violating the federal constitution in unspecified ways.
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