from The Century Dictionary.
- Not screened; not covered; not sheltered; not protected, Not passed through a screen; not sifted; as, unscreened coal.
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- adjective Not
screened, or not having been screened
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N. magnetic pole in March encountered temperatures similar in degree and recorded a minimum of 79°; but he was with Esquimaux who built him an igloo shelter nightly; he had a good measure of daylight; the temperatures given are probably 'unscreened' from radiation, and finally, he turned homeward and regained his ship after five days 'absence.
"All the calls are unscreened, which is opposed to most talk shows.
There must have been similar numbers of early-stage tumours in the unscreened group, but they must have regressed, the authors say.
Brookfield said the site has begun attracting rodents, angering neighbors, damaging the park, and allowing an influx of unscreened and potentially dangerous packages into the city's Financial District.
Ty or I will get to all of them eventually, I hope, and everything will either be unscreened or deleted.
They will be unscreened at my discretion, but if you would prefer your comment left for my eyes only, just note that.
He said that for the 22 million Americans who are unscreened, the doctor-patient dialogue isn't where it should be.
The team debated a hundred versions, screened and unscreened, with various types of handrails.
She pointed out that two-thirds of those going unscreened fall into the lower-income population.
I realize the title of my report sounds bizarre, but before you label me insane, consider the following well-established fact -- The Telemark Polyp Study demonstrated a 57% increase in mortality among patients screened for colon cancer vis-à-vis unscreened controls.