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- adj. Not proved.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not proved; not known by trial; not tested.
- Not established as true by argument, demonstration, or evidence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not proved
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Meyer (1997) uses the term unproved reserves because his estimates include some probable and possible reserves.
Much of Greene's work focuses on string theory, a hypothesis that while as yet empirically unproved, is based on math so nearly perfect that many physicists believe there must be something to it.
Despite optimistic estimates, the economics of the program remain unproved.
Trying to get my head around how many rigs are actually drilling on PUDs versus kind of unproved locations in your current call, five-year plan.
He will cut many other programs which he decides are "unproved".
Concho uses certain terms in this press release, such as "unproved" in relation to reserves that the SEC's guidelines strictly prohibit it from including in filings with the SEC.
[State Science Institute]] issued a report essentially damning the Metal with faint praise, as an "unproved" technology.
No more deceptive than those making unproved, negative assertions, like so:
"These false and unproved allegations continue ... to create a cloud of doubt over me and this campaign and my family," he said.
Some twisted logic that the appointee must suffer for the unproved sins of the appointor.