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- adjective Not exact; inexact.
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- adjective Not
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The microwaves are already here too folks, he said something like right now its an unexact science since its hard to know what shielding your target has around it - wood, concrete, titanium - and what you're immediate results are - loss of hardware, need to reboot, or nothing at all.
Let us now see how an investigation of the bafflingly unexact measures of our examples will yield -- even though their irregular natures will not permit of precise poetic instances -- the few helpful hints we require.