Synsets for "unacknowledged"

Synset: unacknowledged.a.01

Synonyms: unacknowledged

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: not recognized or admitted

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Antonyms: acknowledged

    

Synset: unacknowledged.s.02

Synonyms: unacknowledged

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: not openly acknowledged

Examples: an unacknowledged emergency

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Peter Harkawik Harkawik's work often contains an unacknowledged temporal component:
Tim Blair and that their story relied on "unacknowledged assistance"
Japanese reaction to Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster Nuclear meltdowns at three of Fukushima Daiichi’s six reactors went officially unacknowledged for months:
Transmission Control Protocol Both endpoints must also allocate space for unacknowledged packets and received (but unread) data.
Unacknowledged rape It has been found that a majority of unacknowledged rape victims are college aged females. Additionally, of rape victims in this population at least 1/4 are unacknowledged victims. Some studies report that, out of all individuals who meet the requirements for rape, nearly 60% are unacknowledged victims. The percentage of individuals who are unacknowledged rape victims increases exponentially when several factors are considered. If the victim knows her assailant (known as acquaintance rape) she is less likely to acknowledge herself as a rape victim. She is also less likely if the incident occurred while she was under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If the incident involved oral sex or non-penetrative sex, the individual is less likely to acknowledge themselves as a rape victim.
Unacknowledged rape Similarly to their acknowledged counterparts, unacknowledged victims do report some levels of psychological difficulties. Despite this, research is unclear as to whether these difficulties are more, less, or the same as those of acknowledged victims. There has been significant controversy amongst clinical professionals regarding the helpfulness versus harmfulness of acknowledgment status. Therapists are divided on whether unacknowledged victims fare better or worse with time than acknowledged victims. Women who seek professional help after a traumatic sexual assault or rape typically exhibit PTSD symptomology and frequently label themselves as rape victims. Conversely, unacknowledged rape victims frequently report less negative emotional affect post experience and many experience less feelings of victimization. This troubles many clinicians- it is unclear whether unacknowledged victims are healthier and cope better or are simply in denial.
Washington and Lee University School of Law "On my honor, I have neither given nor received any unacknowledged aid on this (exam, test, paper, etc.)."
Ulrich Hübbe Responding to commentators who claimed he was the unacknowledged father of the Real Property Act, Hübbe wrote:
Amigos (play) A savagely funny play that hinges on the subtle aggression and unacknowledged dependencies of male friendship — and the angst and irritation created for those on the sidelines.
Steven Aftergood In 1991, Aftergood exposed the highly classified Project Timberwind, an unacknowledged U.S. Department of Defense special access program to develop a nuclear thermal rocket.
Bezwada Wilson Bezwada also began a letter writing campaign, contacting the KGF authorities, the minister and chief minister of Karnataka, the prime minister, the newspapers, but they remained largely unacknowledged.
Broadcast/Multicast Control Except for broadcast/multicast it operates in transparent mode as per [BMC-STD]. On the uplink BMC it requires Unacknowledged mode of data transfer from RLC.
Cuautla, Jalisco There is a widely unacknowledged archaeological site nearby, Las Águilas, and local legends talk about it as a site for UFO sightings.
Human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran In 2009, 252 people were officially executed but 300 more executions were unacknowledged by the government according to Human rights groups,
Erskine May Sir William McKay, who edited Erskine May's private journal, has suggested that May was possibly an unacknowledged son or grandson of Thomas Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine.
Pointing-out instruction There is evidence that this practice derived from (unacknowledged) Chan influence, a controversial issue in Tibet. As scholar Matthew Kapstein writes, the
Human rights in Iran In 2009, 252 people were officially executed but 300 more executions were unacknowledged by the government according to Human rights groups,
Nuclear weapons testing There may also have been at least three alleged but unacknowledged nuclear explosions (see list of alleged nuclear tests) including the Vela Incident.
Unacknowledged Legislation: Writers in the Public Sphere In 2016, James Ley of "The Sydney Morning Herald" listed "Unacknowledged Legislation" among the books from Hitchens that "[represent] the best of his work as a journalist, literary critic and cultural commentator."
Unacknowledged Legislation: Writers in the Public Sphere Unacknowledged Legislation: Writers in the Public Sphere is a collection of essays by the author and journalist Christopher Hitchens, published in 2000. It was first published in hardback by the New Left Books imprint, Verso.