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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunsolvedun‧solved /ˌʌnˈsɒlvd◂ $ -ˈsɑːlvd◂, -ˈsɒːlvd◂/ adjective  SOLVE/DEAL WITH A PROBLEMa problem, mystery, or crime that is unsolved has never been solved The murder still remains unsolved.
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unsolvedAll too often, crimes of violence are left unsolved.Meanwhile, the problems of stagnant wages, low savings and sluggish productivity gains will remain unsolved.Next, I shall discuss some difficulties which it either generates or leaves unsolved.The group said that 15 of the arson fires remain unsolved.But police also said that most unsolved female murders are not the result of domestic violence.It presented a far better opportunity for an unsolved murder than killing her on his own premises.This book collects together what I consider to be some of the major unsolved mysteries of science.What happened to the men on the expedition will always be an unsolved mystery.One of the most important unsolved questions here is the extent to which changes in ideas and attitudes are really autonomous.
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