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  • adj. Not synthesized.


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un- +‎ synthesized


  • Hegel must have been disturbed by the extent to which the culture of the Lama uncannily echoed the Europe of absolute freedom and terror, while simultaneously retaining a monarchical structure, an unsynthesized parody of the very state for which he himself argued.

    Hegel on Buddhism

  • Categories do not have determinate spatial locations, temporal locations, or essential natures as individual unsynthesized items.

    Fine Analysis of Objects of Cognition: Non-Gelug Presentation

  • Once there, we could count on real gravity un­derfoot, unfiltered air to breathe, and the chance to taste unsynthesized food.

    Prayers To Broken Stones

  • Arthur's tutelage, I synthesized and characterized a large series of halogenated aryloxyacetic acids, many previously unsynthesized.

    D. Carleton Gajdusek - Autobiography

  • And in the foreground are sounds that ring and ping: gamelan and steel drum, carillon and marimba, unidentified bells small and large, with clouds of stray overtones from acoustic, unsynthesized sounds.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Still a mostly unsynthesized Thom Yorke, that’s probably a good sign.

    Liveblogging the New Radiohead Album, “In Rainbows” | Best Week Ever


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