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- adj. Not unified.
We have a unified military command but we have an 'ununified' international effort that involves the United Nations, individual countries, hundreds and hundreds, maybe thousands, of
"We have a unified military command but we have an 'ununified' international effort that involves the United Nations, individual countries, hundreds and hundreds, maybe thousands, of NGOs [nongovernmental organizations] and other international institutions," Holbrooke told reporters.
They are talking of going into the convention ununified.
But she had gone rigid and gasped in shallow exhalations while her features worked and her partly open mind showed a whirlpool of faces-human and Tanu and Firvulag and Howler-all gyrating and pulsing around Elizabeth's own image, and that generating filamentous probability lines forming and reforming in what was almost a Lissajous fabric of incoherence-unordered, ununified.
We will admit that genius sometimes is great enough to bring into harmonious action all powers of the individual under its sway; but education mainly strives to unfold the imperfect, to balance, the ununified elements.
Constant equatic velocity equals the sheer intertia mass than rated by the momentum at an ununified tagent axis.
The unskilful or unsympathetic accompanist may utterly ruin the effect of the most capable conducting; and the worst of it is that if the accompanist is lacking in cordiality toward the conductor, he can work his mischief so subtly as to make it appear to all concerned as if the conductor himself were to blame for the ununified attacks and ragged rhythms. [
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