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unexpressed

(ŭn′ĭk-sprĕst′)
adj.
1. Not stated or conveyed: an unexpressed truth; unexpressed rage.
2. Genetics Not producing an effect or phenotype: an unexpressed gene; an unexpressed trait.
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Not allowing a whanau member to witness a resuscitation may lead to heightened anxiety and unexpressed grief.
Uncovering the style of these texts, Ohi reflects on the notions of life, death, memory and eulogy: "Hover, torment, and waste present different modes of the self-substraction through which author and reader meet, unexpressed and unfulfilled, in the 'taking place' of the text" (147).
These complex needs can provide unique challenges, particularly when searching for unexpressed needs and dealing with child protection issues.
There is a secret diplomacy in connection to the Greek-Macedonian and Greek-Albanian relations," Demiri said adding that this is the unexpressed part of this visit.
But it might be time for the SFA's Security and Integrity Officer David Baird to issue a reminder on the thin line between banter and causing offence for those who never have an unexpressed thought and assume we're interested in them.
If only I could have back one day To put my mind at rest I would listen to all you had to say Then I would leave nothing unexpressed.
However, the full potential of shotgun sequencing is currently unexpressed because effective methods to analyse the produced data are missing and only few partial hypothesis-driven datasets are available.
I don't know why they are allowed here" Labour MP Jim Sheridan, denouncing parliamentary sketch-writers as "parasitical" "I had a lot of unexpressed anger.
I love the idea of working together at something or shooting the breeze about movies or books or music or the ideas that sometimes sit unexpressed in our heads.
Anger is all about unexpressed hurt - and hurt people hurt the ones they are with.
Ants traverse with their own burdens, unexpressed traffic of emotions.