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That which is uncertain or not particularly designated.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

INDETERMINATE. That which is uncertain or not particularly designated; as, if I sell you one hundred bushels of wheat, without stating what wheat. 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 950.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The main drawback of Ridley-Jopling classification is that there is no specific place for the indeterminate and pure neuritic leprosy in the spectrum.
Comparisons of the mean s/co ratio differences of WB positive, indeterminate and negative samples were analyzed by 1-way ANOVA.
In-hospital QFT-G test results with phlebotomy from 2/09/2017 to 9/14/2017 were analyzed to determine if the education had reduced the proportion of indeterminate QFTG test results in the hospital overall and in the participating medical units.
In general, teledermatology was more likely to miss or downplay the severity of reactions in the indeterminate pairs, Dr.
In the attempt to stratify indeterminate lesions according to the risk of malignancy, we combined cytology and TI-RADS score.
[0.sup.I]) is an indeterminate form in Neutrosophic calculus; it is tempting to argue that an indeterminate form of type [0.sup.I] has zero value since "zero to any power is zero".
Therefore, the relationship (research cooperation) between campus Coronado and the Nevada Research Laboratory is indeterminate at this moment.
(5) In the particular case of TR, this principle entails that if having and experience with phenomenal character Q is being in a state that represents C, then "has an experience with phenomenal character Q" and "represents C" (or "is a representation of C") match in their borderline profiles: if it is indeterminate whether an experience has phenomenal character Q, then is also indeterminate whether the corresponding mental state represents C and the other way around.
RESULTS: By sonographic criterion 18 lesions had benign morphology, 16 lesions had malignant morphology and 30 lesions were of indeterminate type.
[11,12] Criteria that define low-positive results as indeterminate have been adopted by all early infant diagnostic centres in SA, and are determined by a cycle threshold value of >33 and/or a fluorescence intensity value of <5 (Fig.
Of the 80 samples used in the study, 45 were negative on DFAT, 32 were positive on DFAT, and 3 had an indeterminate result on DFAT.
Peloe was serving an indeterminate sentence at Thorn Cross having been jailed in 2005 for possession of firearms with intent to commit harm after a bungled armed robbery at a south Liverpool travel agents.