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- adj. which has not been explored
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not explored, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not yet discovered
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Our first portal into this world is ITWPathway. com: a 3D interactive online experience pushing the limits of the website medium in unexplored directions.
NASA embodies the pursuit of knowledge in unexplored regions of the universe, as well as the universe of the mind.
But those deposits remain unexplored as international law and opinion has hindered investment in the country's potentially vast natural resources.
NASA embodies the pursuit of knowledge in unexplored regions of the universe, as well as the universe of the mind
Climate-change litigation is so new that legal experts have little idea how to handicap it; in unexplored areas of tort law, cases become pivotal only in hindsight.
Some cartographers liked to label unexplored regions on their maps with fancy depictions of mythical beasts.
Our approach, which combines the use of specific primers and phylogenetic analyses, is generally applicable towards the detection of cryptic biodiversity in unexplored and species-rich areas like north-east India.
Dr Ni-Mheallaigh explains: Fantasy writing in the ancient world is still relatively unexplored from a literary perspective.
Joe's ongoing interest in unexplored footnotes in history has lead to him writing -- over ten intense months of 2002 -- his first novel.
... she comes out of herself to go to the other, a traveler in unexplored places; she does not refuse, she approaches, not to do away with the space between, but to see it, to experience what she is, what she is not, what she can do ...