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  • adj. Not collated.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ collated

Examples

  • “German knowledge of the OSS was fragmentary, uncollated, incorrect and diffuse.”

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • The archive contains collated data for Atlantic storms from 1851-2005 with uncollated information for 2006; for W PAcific storms, the collation is from 1945 to 2003! with uncollated storm information for 2004-2006, which requires ad hoc collation.

    Collating Hurricane Track Data « Climate Audit

  • The unisys data contains collated “Best Tracks” information up to 2003-2005 depending on the basin and uncollated track data up to date.

    Updated Hurricane Data « Climate Audit

  • The living room was cluttered with dirty laundry, filthy dishes, and disastrous mountains of uncollated computer paper.

    Ugly Americans

  • It is the first complete assessment of the biodiversity of the Broads and includes a large number of previously uncollated records dating back to the 17th century.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • After returning home and immersing himself in the minutiae of oil geology, Simmons realized that uncollated data might be found in the neglected research of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

    NPR Topics: News

  • As the holidays approached, the uncollated pages of Ray’s first book languished on a table at the Schmitz house.

    Raymond Carver

  • I’ve posted up some info on bristlecone sites in the past and have quite a bit of uncollated info.

    Cutting Down the Oldest Living Tree in the World « Climate Audit

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