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  • adj. That does not differentiate


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un- +‎ differentiating


  • Any successful American policy in the region need to take in consideration this difference in demography and should insure at least neutralizing the younger generation instead of pushing them into the arms of the extreme elements through the undifferentiating American military might.

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  • Otherwise “the law” devolves into an undifferentiating bludgeon.

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  • While it is possible, as has been just illustrated, to remove the element of deliberation or consciousness from the definition of rationality, the result is an undifferentiating—or at best a poorly differentiating—concept, and a loss of many interesting issues.


  • Lords of the Council and all prisoners and captives, and the congregation had lumped them all together in their responses with an undifferentiating convention of fervour.

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  • Maintenance of the undifferentiating stem cell population depends on signals from cells of the organizing centre or OC, which reside underneath the SCD in a deeper region of the meristem.

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