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  • adj. Not prioritized.


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  • The unprioritized problems exist right around the corner ... right here on earth!

    Uncommitted Senate superdelegates meeting

  • Second, as anyone who's used these services knows, you rapidly become saturated by the unprioritized flood of news alerts e-mails coming into your inbox.

    Feedster News Alerts

  • The dream of keeping Internet traffic unshaped, unprioritized and unfettered was dealt a blow by a decision by the US Court of Appeals.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • • Moderates are middle priority or unprioritized requirements.

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  • So unprioritized requirements are given a moderate priority and no verification point modifiers are made.

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  • Until the recent unprioritized budget cuts to safety, Council should have been commended for efficiently funding our outstanding men

    News for Lynchburg News Advance

  • A lot of these points can be summarized with "Mike Huckabee is running for the Republican nomination for President," I do appreciate his partial willingness to defend clemency - "tough on crime" tends to mirror on the Republican side "compassionate" on the Democratic side which can both be translated into "unprioritized, inconsidered and irrational slavery at the service of a bumper sticker."

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • A mere compilation of unprioritized, unsorted fact would be unintelligible and unreadable.

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  • But right now markets world wide are seeing it instead as unfocused, unprioritized, and hence unlikely to succeed.

    Floyd Norris

  • Boot into SLED and use defect queries to look at remaining unprioritized open bugs.

    Planet go-oo


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