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lacking precise limits

lacking literal exactness

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not exact

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They seem to understand that this is an inexact science and even you get it wrong, so they never cast aspersions on your ability, they never question your stupidity and that has stood big-time to us," he said.
Thus far, manipulation of gut colonization by probiotics remains an inexact science and conflicting evidence exists regarding the efficacy of probiotics in improving the problem.
French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici in a statement deplored "the critical and inexact judgements" made by the agency.
Despite the advent of super-computers and sophisticated computer models, weather forecasting remains an inexact science.
Correlating capability levels to loss ratio is an inexact science," Carnahan said.
Predicting risk of breast cancer in well women is an inexact science, and women urgently need a convenient biomarker to help target preventive treatment at those with the most to gain and least to lose.
Because of the lack of international support for a return, only about 20,000 of those have returned to their communities, according to the United Nations, yet those numbers are inexact.
Before reducing the circumference of the spring, which is an inexact science, we feel safer about nipping off spring coils, removing the trigger, coating its sides with a black magic marker or indexing fluid and reinstalling it to locate where it may be scraping against the receiver or trigger guard.
We note that both spatial and temporal parallelization could also be considered in the inexact and truncated Krylov subspace framework developed below.
IF history teaches us anything, it is that planning for our nation's future security is an inexact science.
Clinical and technical information in most African languages involves inexact terminology and code switching, thus lacking the explanatory power of the English language.
Pfizer reacted promptly after company investigation found that some blister packs may include an inexact count of inert or active ingredient tablets and that the tablets may be out of sequence.
DOT Marks the Spot does not leave any permanent marks on the wall and specifies a more precise location without jagged or inexact markings on the wall.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The transmission of the speech of UN Secretary General representative Ed Melkert was "not accurate" due to an " inexact translation," a statement issued by UNAMI in Baghdad noted today.
Doctors currently have to rely on measuring the size of the swelling - an inexact measure of risk when deciding whether patients should undergo an operation.