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unexploited

uh niks plaw i tid

  • a  undeveloped or unused
    vast unexploited (or undeveloped) natural resources

  • The ordinances have become popular in big cities, a relatively unexploited market so far for big-box retailers.
  • But Tose also gets credit for building a business in other financial instruments relatively unexploited in Asia.
  • Beyond that, however, the few days left before the caucuses are too precious to go unexploited.
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  • Teodoro Obiang Nguema in PR-USA.net (press release)
    In addition to oil, Equatorial Guinea has other largely unexploited human and natural resources,President Obiang said, "including a tropical climate, fertile soils, rich expanse of water, and deepwater ports."
  • Randy Michaels in Chicago Tribune
    There are some pretty obvious and unexploited opportunities,Michaels said. "I think blurting it out in the paper is probably not the right competitive idea, but I will say this: It's a little bit embarrassing that all media companies have...
  • Jay Hambro in China Daily
    The deposit is undoubtedly one of the largest unexploited iron ore projects in the world and benefits from both excellent infrastructure and close proximity to end market,Aricom Chief Executive Jay Hambro said.

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