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  • adj. Alternative form of unmodeled.

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Examples

  • What do the models say, or, if the effect is parameterised, what parameters are used to compensate for this unmodelled effect?

    Unthreaded #19 « Climate Audit

  • Flowers and trees, birds and fishes, locusts and mastodons, all things, from the tiniest animalcule to man, were there, unmodelled, not even in embryo, -- their separate existences then only in the mind of God.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 21, July, 1859

  • I am not tempted to be spiteful and have never consciously hurt any one in my life; but in this book I must write what I think without fear or favour and with a strict regard to unmodelled truth.

    Margot Asquith, an Autobiography - Two Volumes in One

  • It need not fear the caprice of fashion like the sketchy, ill-constructed and unmodelled portraits that certain noisy artists have succeeded in palming off upon the public.

    Goupil's Paris Salon of 1897

  • Their ears were large, outstanding, and unmodelled, but capable of catching sounds at great distances.

    In the Forbidden Land

  • Her manner, her words, and even their accent seemed unstudied, unpracticed, and unmodelled after any received type.

    His Sombre Rivals

  • The combined unmodelled variance for these two fits as reported by the fitting algorithm was 0. 04%.

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  • Survive the convoluted install procedure and you find yourself in a world where you can prop weapons on scenery and vehicles for extra stability, move heavy machine guns by stripping them down down to their component parts, tune sniper rifle sights, and suffer pain in myriad previously unmodelled ways.

    Eurogamer

  • "art of the hole and the lump, not of clear, well-smoothed, unmodelled figures."

    Promenades of an Impressionist

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