Vague Definition

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1. 'I thought we'd always been at war with Eurasia,'she said vaguely. 1
2. 'I'll be in touch,' she said vaguely. 1
3. 'Of course it's only because Tom isn't home,'said Mrs Parsons vaguely. 1
4. "I'm not sure," Liz said vaguely. 1
5. "Last week, Clinton talked in vague terms about the creation of a " nuclear umbrella " to protect Mid-East Mideast allies against the a possible Iranian nuclear attack. 1
6. "Nouvelle vague really changed things," explains Reid, "they covered well-known tunes in a quirky, downbeat style. 1
7. "Things are moving ahead."— I found that statement vague and unclear. 1
8. "We in China have never had a movement like the French Nouvelle vague, with Jean-Luc Godard and Truffaut, " she says. 1
9. A clause in the contract had been left purposely vague. 1
10. A dazed Fourth Aunt lay in bed, vaguely aware that some one was tugging on her arm. 1
11. A quantified logic of clarity and vagueness is developed, based on the pattern of the G (?) delian system T of modal logic, a clarity operator replacing the necessity operator. 1
12. A Rachmaninov piano concerto swept through the flat, making the problem of Ruth trivial and vague. 1
13. A vague feeling of disorientation or strangeness relative to the immediate environment. 3. 1
14. a vaguely worded statement. 1
15. A whole street of houses had been demolished to make way for the edifice looming above her, Isabel vaguely recalled hearing. 1
16. Abstract: According to the characters of rear ordnance store, we establish systematic and safe vague comprehensive evaluating model. 1
17. According to the characteristic that all sorts of influencing factors in mines possess obvious ambiguity and vagueness , the fuzzy evaluation mode that fits stope reliability evaluation was built. 1
18. According to the characters of rear ordnance store, we establish systematic and safe vague comprehensive evaluating model. 1
19. Actually, the CE progression pattern for USN is only vaguely specified. 1
20. Administrators offered vague explanations but would not accept responsibility. 1
21. Agreement may be achievable only by formulas so vague as to invite later disavowal or disagreement. 1
22. Aiming at the problems of vagueness and uncertainty when processing an image, the authors bring forward a kind of image enhancement processing algorithm for visual property based on fuzzy-rough sets. 1
23. All of them were vaguely connected by work, or school, or mutual friends. 1
24. All of this is vaguely endearing and even consoling—a little like watching a giant computer hash up some simple arithmetic. 1
25. All of this made him seem vaguely anarchic beside the bishop. 1
26. All their questions were met with vague, evasive answers. 1
27. Along with his henchman Arthur (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and a vaguely sinister sleep-inducing gadget, Cobb has worked mostly with businesses engaged in super-complicated corporate espionage. 1
28. Alopecia seborrheic ( AS ) is a kind of hair malady whose etiology is still vague at present. 1
29. Although the old Victorian building with its spine of hutted wards was a vaguely familiar place, it was by no means home. 1
30. Although you wear some cologne, I can still vaguely smell a scummy whiff out of you. 1

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