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  • adj. Not programmed.

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Examples

  • Your program could not include the unprogrammed, which is generally what happens during the engagement of human beings one with another, for, as James Baldwin wrote, "Any human touch can change you."

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  • By Angie M. Rosales 10/13/2009 Congress has opted to draw on so-called unprogrammed funds available to President Arroyo in this year's budget to replenish the depleted calamity fund by P12 billion instead of Energy Secretary Angelo Reyes.

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  • By Angie M. Rosales 10/13/2009 Congress has opted to draw on so-called unprogrammed funds available to President Arroyo in this year's budget to replenish the depleted calamity fund by P12 billion instead of

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  • By Angie M. Rosales 10/13/2009 Congress has opted to draw on so-called unprogrammed Teodoro says LGUs must bear onus; Binay to the defense BY VICTOR REYES SHORT of blaming mayors for losses incurred from M.nila two weeks ago, Defense Secretary Gilberto Teodoro Jr.

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  • Traditional Quaker worship is sometimes referred to as 'unprogrammed'.

    The Westmount Examiner

  • Here is London as a spontaneous, unprogrammed, eternal festival, requiring no sponsorship, no overlapping agencies disguised behind portentous acronyms.

    The Festival of Britain, 60 years on

  • What is intelligence, if not the ability to face problems in an unprogrammed manner?

    The Bartleby Project

  • Following each split, the "evangelical" Friends have converged on more recognizable mainstream Christian groups (and sometimes merged with them), while the "traditional" (i.e. unprogrammed) Friends meetings have carried on with their original format and practices.

    Blind Faith?

  • Since the 1970s, some of the "sundered" Friends groups have reunited, a process that has generally been accompanied by a recognition by "programmed" Friends that their "unprogrammed" brethren's beliefs about the lack of creeds, confessions of faith, and leaders/preachers should be accepted (or at least tolerated) and that what really matters is the various Friends 'testimonies, especially our peace testimony.

    Blind Faith?

  • His conclusion: Socialists were too rigid, too programmed, for what was an essentially unprogrammed country.

    Daniel Bell, influential sociologist, dies at 91

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