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  • adjective That has not been sampled

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Examples

  • If we put those two factors together, it strongly suggests that there really is a conservative majority, AT LEAST in most states, even considering error rates and unsampled persons in the polling.

    Discourse.net: Doctors Support the Public Option

  • Meanwhile, Random Jottings discovers the delights of Agatha Raisin (as yet unsampled by Petrona).

    March 2008

  • Meanwhile, Random Jottings discovers the delights of Agatha Raisin (as yet unsampled by Petrona).

    Reading notes, reviews and interviews

  • I've lost count of how many gift fruitcakes I've tossed, unsampled, into the garbage each December over the years.

    Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12: Waiting For Monet.

  • Meanwhile, Random Jottings discovers the delights of Agatha Raisin (as yet unsampled by Petrona).

    Reading notes, reviews and interviews

  • I've lost count of how many gift fruitcakes I've tossed, unsampled, into the garbage each December over the years.

    Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12 : Waiting For Monet

  • Still, with the regular Twinings unsampled more research may be needed.

    The Great Tea Taste Test of 2009

  • There are also indications that at least some of the decrease in ice thickness is a consequence of variations in the wind-driven advection of sea ice and that increases in ice thickness in unsampled regions (e.g., offshore of the Canadian Archipelago) may partially offset the decreases in the central Arctic Ocean detected in the 1990s [24].

    Sea ice in the Arctic

  • It is unlikely that the remaining unsampled areas of the developing countries in tropical climates, or other highly populated parts of Europe, could significantly increase the overall urban bias above 0.05C during the 20th century.

    The 1930s are getting Colder « Climate Audit

  • It is unlikely that the remaining unsampled areas of the developing countries in tropical climates, or other highly populated parts of Europe, could significantly increase the overall urban bias above 0.05 C during the twentieth century.

    The 1930s are getting Colder « Climate Audit

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