uncharted


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uncharted

(of a physical or nonphysical region or area) not yet mapped, surveyed, or investigated
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Uncharted was not our heritage, though well-trod-upon
"This in uncharted territory for Pryce," the Associated Press notes.
AFSO21 continues to help this command build upon successes that were obtained in previously uncharted territory.
Barry Hunter of U.S.-based Hunter BenMet said stainless steel scrap was entering "uncharted waters" for wholesale buying prices.
At Harvard I worked in a lab that studied nonverbal communication, and sexual orientation is relatively uncharted territory in that domain.
But all faked: ice-fishing in the city; sitcom castaways on an uncharted isle where makeup is perpetually available?
Sure, after the seconds it took the pain to really set in it kind of sucked, but afterwards my limits were coming through a blanket of what used to be an uncharted path.
Although uncharted territory, the exchange could rack up US$240 million in trades in its first year and $3 billion a year in the medium term, according to private sector estimates.
When the airship is boarded by pirates and then crash-lands on an uncharted desert island near where Kate's grandfather had spotted the creatures, the two young people explore their surroundings and encounter a beautiful but dangerous specimen.
Never one to stick with the ordinary, Charlie plots a hike offtrail, in uncharted territory.
One of the things I realize now was how uncharted my course was, and how I had so few role models to guide me.
"We're helping them navigate through uncharted waters, to understand and recognize beneficial vs short-lived opportunities for energy savings, for example, while sorting through the pros and cons of the services offered by energy providers, or understanding how various types of deals are constructed."