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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunspecifiedun‧spe‧ci‧fied /ʌnˈspesɪfaɪd/ ●○○ AWL adjective  not known or not stated The meeting will take place at an unspecified date in the future.
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unspecifiedHe also proposed an electoral law, details of which remained unspecified.The terrorists were given an unspecified amount of money to free the hostages.Each company seeks unspecified damages and injunctions that would stop the other from using its patents.Avitus of Vienne associated the campaign with unspecified matters of finance.An unspecified number of employees were offered jobs at other facilities, said Witco spokesman Carl Soderlind.If found guilty, both executives could face unspecified penalties and other sanctions.At the end highway robberies, riots and an unspecified sense of comeuppance is what we are left with.He proposes unspecified tariffs on imports from Third-World nations that depend on cheap labor.
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