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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unselect.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not selected


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  • On the ultimate exit polls (autopsy studies) in unselected cases as many as 25% have pituitary adenomas.

    The Ovarian Teratoma that Caused a Coma

  • Leaving aside the plain fact that "unselected" mutations regularly persist due to drift, epistasis, "hitchhiking" with selected mutations, etc., let's edit your sentence to make it accurate: "If Behe is right, then a double CCC will never happen ALL AT ONCE."

    Behe's Test, Take 2

  • But they are not in "unselected," widely ranging mankind always equal (in their unaided natural state) to their task.

    More Science From an Easy Chair

  • The use of a ViewModel here makes it much easier to create a view that can display a Customer object and allow for things like an "unselected" state of a Boolean property.

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  • Assuming you have complete control over the entire software system, you could change the IsCompany property to be of type Nullable, which would allow for the "unselected" value.

    MSDN Magazine: RSS Feed

  • "unselected" value because of the existing database schema?

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  • Indeed, Tatar put the Slovaks ahead of Sweden in the Semis midway through the second, and Janus (who was ranked 88th overall by Red Line for last year's draft, but went unselected) managed to keep Sweden's relentless attack at bay deep into the third period before the magic ran out and the floodgates finally opened.

    Red Line: Reviewing the prospects after the holiday tournaments

  • Rick: But, of course, there are those listeners — fewer in number, but there — for whom the connection between a seemingly unselected style and their own cultural experience nevertheless remain more than tenuous.

    Design for Living

  • Some of the students make it in; others, however, are left heartbroken as their numbers go unselected.

    Ben Austin: The Wait is Over

  • Genetic defects in the melanocortin 4 receptor (MC4R) are believed to account for around 6% of cases with severe obesity and can be found in around 2.5% of unselected obese adults.

    Dr. Sharma’s Obesity Notes » Blog Archive » Melanocortin Linked to Blood Pressure Control


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