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Synonyms for unmeasured

impossible to measure

not composed of measured syllables

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r Greatest declines have happened but went unmeasured DR TOMAS MURRAY yesterday
Asked about the statement of the Foreign Minister of Serbia Ivica Dacic regarding the words of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, she said: "Emotionally and unmeasured statement.
Net sales of all Core beverages have grown at an average annualized rate of approximately 115% over the past three years, with current retail sales across both measured and unmeasured channels estimated in excess of $200M in the latest 52 weeks.
For example, women who reported antibiotic use might be sicker in other unmeasured ways.
Analysing genetic information in this way avoids some of the problems that afflict traditional observational studies, making the results less prone to unmeasured (confounding) factors, and therefore more likely to be reliable.
Parents are turning against their own offspring or spouses in brutal circumstances unmeasured in recent times.Are institutions that are meant to be correctional and spiritual such as the churches, mosques, government agencies and non-governmental organisations that crop up by the day up to the task of giving guidance to Kenyans?COUNSELLINGbrStressful living has wrought upon us by the ever-escalating high cost of life and a myriad other problems that most people find hard to tolerate.
'There is no reason whatsoever for such an unmeasured outburst directed against President Duterte and it should not be repeated,' he added.
She added she had a tendency to remain mum despite the malignment because 'if I am too forward and unmeasured, the long term damage to institutions I represent can be incalculable.'
"Apprehension" contains the opportunity for teachers to introduce the idea of aleatoric/chance elements into the student's playing with an unmeasured section listed a la cadenza.
The authors concluded that, despite a comprehensive confounder adjustment, the observed difference in the mortality risk might be attributable to residual or unmeasured confounding; in particular, the lack of information on the severity of the underlying disease and associated risk factors might have influenced the decision on the PCI setting.
The national out-of-home reporting service and the ability it provides networks to transact based on this previously unmeasured audience is a key part of Nielsen's Total Audience framework.
But many people would argue there is a large, unmeasured benefit from not having plastic bags hanging in trees and floating on waterways.
The measurements were taken in a previously unmeasured area of the plant and only at a single point, so levels in other areas of the plant were estimated to be much lower, Tepco said.
The expanded intermediate-risk indication granted by the FDA enables Heart Teams to treat patients with the Sapien 3 valve who they determine to have a predicted risk of surgical mortality of greater than or equal to 3% at 30 days, based on the Society of Thoracic Surgeons risk score and other clinical co-morbidities unmeasured by the STS risk calculator.
But these were all observational studies and hence likely compromised by unmeasured confounders, according to Dr.