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1(evidence/findings/result) no concluyente(evidence/result/findings) inconcluyentethe discussion was inconclusive — la discusión no fue fructífera
- The first HSE investigation into the site, in 2001, produced inconclusive results.
- Police said last night that the results of post-mortem examinations on the two bodies had proved inconclusive.
- The inconclusive election result sparked a scramble to see which party could come up with a majority.
- Results from studies of cognitive performance were inconclusive.
- In two words, Milton's case against censorship is inconclusive and qualified.
- So far, the test results have been inconclusive and we don't know what is causing this.
- The results were inconclusive and received mixed responses from listeners.
- These studies are conflicting and inconclusive as a result of problems in their design.
- The results of most of the tests were inconclusive, although the canum did seem to allow me to hear nearby ducks remarkably clearly.
- Other investigators have found negative or inconclusive results.
- Autopsies on the cows found high levels of toxicity but the results were inconclusive.
- If the results are inconclusive, the examination should be repeated in two weeks.
- And he offered to bring in an outside consultant if the results were inconclusive.
- If, as the report acknowledges, the available research is inconclusive, a cautionary approach would be wise.
- However, Mr Howard said their conversation regarded an inconclusive video of the incident.
- A post-mortem examination was inconclusive and further tests are being carried out to ascertain the exact cause of death.
- Soya milk manufacturers say the evidence so far is inconclusive.
- Results were inconclusive but the paint is hoping for a late swing its way.
- That meeting was inconclusive and they had to return at 10am for more discussions.
- Demand remains sluggish and the inconclusive election result is unlikely to help matters.
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