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- adjective Not
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- adjective not made explicit
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What's unstated is that Young needs a target to run quick, short routes much more than he needs a gazelle racing downfield.
Trying to sabotage support for a competing hypothesis while protecting a favored hypothesis by keeping it hidden or unstated is also dishonest.
Why, the second unnamed person had just seen the first unnamed person not 4 hours earlier, at a location that ought to remain unstated.
If it turns out Obama wins the female vote and Independents there are a lot of people still in America with so called unstated racial prejudice and religious prejudice and that is very, very sad.
In addition, there's very little action in this novel and the characters seldom articulate their feelings directly: you must infer what they leave unstated, which is nearly everything of importance.
Rightly or wrongly, neatness is considered significant in this organisation and a kind of unstated dress code has sprung up.
There's a kind of unstated logic here that, if Israel is going to bomb Iran, the U.S. might as well do it itself.
Nonetheless, this kind of unstated interplay among the studies makes the book an intriguing read.
The reason, although unstated, was obvious; the aggression was being perpetrated by staunch American allies.
"The world has changed, and antiquated if unstated arrangements dating from 1945…must keep pace with reality."