Definitions

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  • adj. Not identified.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ identified

Examples

  • There might be something intelligent about a code and a reason to doubt the theory that an unintelligent, unidentifed process generates codes.

    Attached to Strings

  • The unidentifed object moves at blazing speed and if it really is UFO, I do hope hope some news media pick up on it or something.

    2006 » February

  • If you view a transaction which was recently created while on the go via your cell phone, and if some people in that transaction are unidentifed, we show the bill-code (two silly words) that those people can use to identify themselves.

    Many small steps; removing friends; digg it! « Notes from the BillMonk

  • “Gone are the days when any celebrity gets millions of dollars for their photos,” one unidentifed magazine editor gossiped to MSNBC.

    Clay Aiken Gay

  • Soledad Miranda, photo unidentifed photocredit unidentified

    Internet archeology #1 « Jahsonic

  • (C) This report contains lmited information concerning the sighting of one US deserter in an unidentifed jungle area of QUANG NGAI Province, RVN, in May or Jun 69, to include circumstances of sighting and limited description.

    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE REPORT

  • The inquiry briefly dealt with the admissability of unidentifed sources, which Armscor said should not be accepted.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • [Fifth unidentifed speaker] [Words indistinct] this is what many Santiago de Cuba residents fear [words indistinct].

    Castro Continues Visit to Santiago de Cuba

  • (C) This report contains lmited information concerning the sighting of one US deserter in an unidentifed jungle area of QUANG NGAI Province, RVN, in May or

    CMIC Index 1971

  • Police had received a call from an unidentifed woman in the Van Nuys district of Los Angeles about 8:50 a.m. saying a man had threatened her.

    The Seattle Times

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