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- adv. In an indeterminable manner.
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- adv. in an indeterminable manner
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Tell that to the Afghans where civilian deaths continue to mount as Obama's "war of necessity" drones on indeterminably.
Saussure was seeing the indeterminably significative status of what had been supposed to be units of meaning or of legibility; the dismemberment of words
The heaven is rather indeterminably laid out in irregular tracts, and the mythological names are preserved.
He never obtained any very clear idea of what would happen when he went to school; but that it was something quite indeterminably dreadful was evident from the constantly renewed disguised hints, and the repressed, mystical groans and nods by which they were accompanied.
President Obama's speech on his new path forward in Afghanistan has drawn fire from both the Left and the Right, and here's why: The Left fears that Obama has "escalated the war" indeterminably; the Right fears that he has planned for a premature defeat.
After a lazy hour or so, we explored further down the road trying to find Playa Navio, but the indeterminably deep mudholes prevented us from making it all the way down the road.