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  • adj. Not assembled into a group.


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  • When we all noticed each other sitting "ungrouped" around the room, we began making our way to a table together.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Canberra residents who are outraged by videogame censorship are strongly encouraged to vote for me in the ungrouped column at the October 18 ACT election.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • If you live in the Molonglo electorate of the ACT, vote for me in the ungrouped column on October 18, and tell those you know to do likewise.

    Greg Tannahill For Canberra

  • Running the regression from 1851 to 2005 on ungrouped annual frequency data gives a trend slope of 0.036 more storms per year.

    Bender's Plot of Hurricane Count « Climate Audit

  • I believe the reason people including myself like to play an MMO even though we spend most of our time ungrouped is simply that an MMO's world seems more "real" and alive.

    Alone Together in World of Warcraft?

  • It was great to watch the farmers slap neighbors on the back, exchange news and tobacco plugs, while the rosy women folks grouped and ungrouped in radiant good cheer with children squirming and tangling over and under and around the rejoicings.

    The Tinder-Box

  • For simplicity, I will focus only on Keynote here. highlights the main problems: Presenter Notes and Comments are not imported; Grouped objects are ungrouped; Recorded or embedded audio is not imported.


  • "Grouped objects are ungrouped (this for me is a big issue given my complex presentations), endnotes and footnotes are not imported in Pages, Table of Content changes to regular text, some fonts cannot be used on the iPad, etc," Meersscha added.


  • Ungrouping tracks is now much more reliable when reconnecting the ungrouped tracks both to each other and existing tracks.

    MacUpdate - Mac OS X

  • The Sample Mean for an Ungrouped Frequency Distribution The mean for a ungrouped frequency distribution is given by X f X n = ()  

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