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Definition of Unstudied
Unstudied Un*stud"ied, a.
1. Not studied; not acquired by study; unlabored; natural.
2. Not skilled; unversed; -- followed by in.
3. Not spent in study. [Obs.] ``To cloak the defects of their
unstudied years.' --Milton.
Meaning of Unstudied from wikipedia
- first described
by Francis Galton
in 1880 but has since remained largely unstudied
in the phenomenon renewed after
of a study
- indigenous cultures
and how the Enlightenment
in formerly unstudied areas
such as Italy, Greece, the Balkans, Poland, Hungary
- such as deep brain
stimulation, and alternative therapies involving unstudied efficacy
and side effects
by many parents. Not everyone
- psychological treatments
or to medication. Adverse effects
were largely unstudied
. The benefits
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of the stingray
has been relatively unstudied
due to the mixture
of venomous tissue secretions cells
- sample subject
to bias that leaves
much of the individual variability unstudied
, with a reference
to the neurological observation
that all brain
also has a rich diversity
of arthropods, many of which remain unstudied
; the most studied Sikkimese arthropods
are butterflies. Of the approximately...
- of Pandora since
the reef had no atolls, it was largely unstudied
in the 19th century. During
this time, some of the reef's islands
29, 2012. Frey, Jennifer
(March 25, 2005). "Terri Schiavo's Unstudied
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