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unarticulated

(ŭn′är-tĭk′yə-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Biology Not having joints or segments.
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Apart from individuals who come to synagogue for an ancillary reason--say, guests at a lifecycle event like a bar mitzvah--most people who walk into synagogue have a vague but unarticulated sense of why they are there.
Perhaps both management and the other stakeholder's complacency was a reflection of their underlying and largely unarticulated appetite for risk.
For each standard examined, the text contains a vignette, discussion of the case from key perspectives--how the standard(s) of the APA Ethics Code apply, how laws of two different states would apply, cultural comparisons of an ethics code from one country and moral considerations in the US--an action section reviewing possible courses of action as directed by the APA Ethics Code, and self-reflective activities to explore unarticulated, personal values.
Unarticulated anger at the way things are is never enough to effect real change, and it has become difficult to separate whatever message the Occupy movement has to offer from the sanitation problems, clashes with police, reported sexual assaults, and disdain for the rule of law that marks life in the encampments.
Later, occasional shooting stars flashed through their lives--fleeting, unarticulated wishes waiting to be fulfilled nevertheless.
People with intellectual disabilities are under-researched, their physical and mental health problems unarticulated and unidentified - and thus their special needs left unaddressed.
The question, even unarticulated, has haunted Ahmed as he watches his mother's mental health deteriorate and people he has known die from one cause or another.
Jonathan Downs's article ('Losing Our Marbles', July 2010) seems to me to rest on an unarticulated premise which needs to be questioned.
It seems the current unarticulated approach to the taxation of poker winnings is uncertain, unpredictable, and unfair.
If it was to celebrate its achievements, well, they were put out in a four-page opening statement "deemed as read", and remained largely unread and unarticulated.
Sentiments against Israeli moves may best be left unarticulated for it can only serve a cathartic purpose.
Finally, some authors (Bach, Recanati) embrace the role of unarticulated constituents in the content expressed; others (Cappelen & Lepore) resist it, or limit it to existential quantification (e.