In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(theory) (que está) por demostrar(theory) (que está) por probar(courage/ability) aún no demostrado(system) que aún no se ha puesto a pruebathe case against him remains unproven — los cargos en su contra aún no han sido probados
- Mr Hoon and Tony Blair are set upon signing up to President Bush's missile defence system, even though the technology is unproven and the costs fantastic.
- He said that the link between BSE and vCJD was unproved, that the evidence was weak, that it was not a new disease, and that the rate of growth was very much less than would be expected from a food-borne source.
- As a result, waiting 8 years for an unproven system squanders time, money, and possibly lives.
- Same variety of superstitious nonsense, unproven, and when tested, shown to not work.
- The Gerson therapy is unproved in that it has not been subjected to systematic study.
- And with its completion we look forward to similar trials of established but unproved treatments in other areas of medicine.
- Sometimes our enthusiasm for unproven treatments may harm our patients.
- And as the first machine to use the new, ARM-based Palm OS, the T contained a lot of untried, unproven technology.
- Barcelona lose Rivaldo, their one true quality player, and bring in the unproved Juan Roman Riquelme and Gaizka Mendieta, a recovering failure from the Italian league.
- Dr Daniel is keen to point out that she has spent much of her career investigating unproven therapies and protecting patients from them.
- Building huge warehouses would cost millions of pounds that Tesco was hesitant to spend on an unproven service.
- By medicine's own standards, at best chemotherapy is unproved against 90 percent of adult solid tumors, the huge majority of common cancers resulting in death.
- Fine tooth combing of wet hair is an effective method of detecting head lice but unproved as a treatment
- Further on, the biometrics that are meant to make this system unbreakable are unproven.
- Over the last few years many unproven screening tests have become widely available.
- Those who would prefer to bypass rigorous research for example, by shifting the discussion towards patients' preference and hope to integrate unproved treatments into routine health care are unlikely to succeed in the long run.
- If I fight them and defeat them, people will just say I conquered some unproven, untested fighters.
- I worry that implementing unproven large computer systems will push hospitals over the financial edge.
- Although unproven on soft ground, she looks an exciting prospect and it would come as no surprise to see her provide Darley with win 151 here.
- And if the rains were to come he is also unproven on ground softer than good.
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