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unfledged

(of a young bird) not having developed adult feathers
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This time-lag effect indicated the influences of climate changes on unfledged cranes.
Though these early expressivists and many later scholars (Elbow, 1994; Yancey, 1994; Cummins, 1994) have endeavored to clarify and rectify the meaning of "voice", their unfledged conception of voice was so prevalent and ingrained that, as Elbow lamented, "no one comes forward any more in our field to argue for it [voice] or even to explore very seriously why it's so alive [in writing]" (Elbow, 2007, p.
Looking at the critiques of Deleuze and Derrida one feels that neither Plato appears even as an "unfledged bird" (that might at least offer a potential to fly), nor these deconstructive cats look as much rapacious as to "torment."12 Although critics like Christopher Norris consider deconstruction as a "revenge" of literary theory on the tradition that can be traced back to Plato,13 I will argue that at the most, the deconstructive take on Plato can be taken as a cat and mouse game: deconstructive Toms chasing Platonic Jerries, a game of complicity never to end.
The mocking of Karpal by these unfledged politicians was left unpunished by the leaders of their party.
From the role of a national movement to a ruling party, the Muslim League could not perform in the initial years through its unfledged politicians.
with their mouths open to catch the music, like unfledged sparrows ready to be fed'" (209).
YG has aggressively stretched its business into various industries over the past four years, now holding 13 subsidiaries although many of them are still unfledged and not yet generating profits.
While proven flexible and cost-effective, cloud services users should also gear up for potential risks and challenges as the industry is still unfledged and compliance traps could be distressing.
"unfledged" form and requires much to be done to verify and
Soyinka does not blame children who are recruited by adult jihadists and made to swallow the fiction of scriptures as literal truth and serve as suicide bombers in the war but their teachers who abuse their unfledged minds and cause their mental disorientation.
In Finland, mallard and common goldeneye have advanced the timing of breeding in early spring, leading to smaller proportions of unfledged birds at the onset of the hunting season and hence possibly lower hunting mortality of young birds and brood-rearing females (Oja & Poysa 2005).
A strong breeze soon fanned the spark into a flame, and the eaglets, as yet unfledged and helpless, were roasted in their nest and dropped down dead at the bottom of the tree.