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covering with fine light hairs

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indistinct or hazy in outline

confused and not coherent

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There is a need to undertake study for the feasibility of reuse of wastewater for different purpose in order to construct more realistic fuzzy numbers for characterizing the imprecision and thereby fuzzily describing wastewater quality.
It is possible to fuzzily categorise, analyse and control materials, products, services and processes.
This distinguished jewel of a book brings together Dr Kallestrup's widely published and unpublished, entirely original research in seven superbly constructed chapters; each is fascinatingly annotated, generously illustrated (if disappointingly fuzzily when in black and white) with informative captions; unfortunately, there is no index.
THE FLAMING LIPS: The Wand Fuzzily heavy psychedelia that you can't deny is as nutty as a mad professor.
Judges and bureaucrats often complain about fuzzily written laws that leave a lot of room for interpretation, but that is frequently the price of getting a bill passed; the vaguer the language, the more likely it is to garner the votes it needs.
fuzzily recalling how the killer bees reacted to pheromones in human breath.
I Am Kloot have stepped back through that oft-used, fuzzily psychedelic door to the 1960s.
Howlingly funny and shockingly graphic, the play also boasts important sub-texts exploring the romanticization of violence and the often mindless pursuit of fuzzily defined ideals that occurs within fringe paramilitary groups.
That puritanism should be defined fuzzily to include a broad spectrum of opinion from antinomian familism on the left to conservative presbyterianism on the right;
Sometimes, however, censorship strengthened the art; Meyer often claims (in a fuzzily half-Foucaultian way) that the censorship "produced" the art.
Though designed to model fuzziness, the theory itself is not fuzzily defined.
The "state space" in which a successful CAE system spends most of its time is often called "the edge of chaos," which might just as well be called "the zone of fruitful turbulence" because, in the case of CAE systems, it is not an edge at all but resembles a constantly shifting zone of creativity and struggle, fuzzily bounded by chaos on one hand and stagnation on the other.
Viewed from this very early perspective, what we formally designate today as the mission and vision statements of the management by results process, were then viewed as a transcendent common good, fuzzily defined, but intuitively felt.