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  • adj. Not structured


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  • They are dabbling in social media once every so often, reading about the trends six months after they've happened and not grasping the nonstructured, nonlinear nature of the medium are all characteristics of this latter camp.

    Amy Chan: "Getting" Social Media Before Jumping on the Bandwagon

  • Our robots tend to be very organic in structure, with parts spread out throughout the body in a nonstructured way, like organic life forms.

    Evolutionary Robotics and Battlestar Galactica: an Interview with Hod Lipson

  • Playing Scales In its report, Moody's said a "different rating scale for structured securities could provide greater clarity about differences" between types of bonds "and could encourage market participants to consider the potentially different characteristics of structured and nonstructured securities" in designing their portfolios.

    Moody's Weighs

  • Did you know that Colby moms give their nannies lists of permissible nonstructured outings they can take with their kids?

    Wife in the Fast Lane

  • In this new, third period, which started after the fall of the Berlin wall, the world was now in a period of nonstructured or destructured conflict, sometimes called “identity based.”


  • That means kids need other outlets, either in structured programs or nonstructured active play, on the other days.

    The Seattle Times

  • Any nonstructured pleat needs to be ironed back into shape after a few wears and you usually only find this in cheap clothes. what's new online!

  • By comparison, mashups surpass EII in their ability to obtain data from both structured and nonstructured sources. "

    ebizQ Business and IT Agility News


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