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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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unplacedun‧placed /ˌʌnˈpleɪst◂/ adjective British English  DSCOMPETITIONnot one of the first three to finish in a race or competition
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unplacedAnother Darlington student, Gillian Elders, 19, got through to the final in the kitchen design section but was unplaced.He dropped to second class in the examinations of June 1788, and after that was unplaced.As a three-year-old he was unplaced in his first four races then ran a good second in the Chelmsford Stakes at Randwick.At the meeting the Principal recounted to us the statistical facts about the unplaced special students in our classes.
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