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The so-called established miners (Standige) could legally claim all categories, whereas the unestablished miners (Unstandige), usually day-laborers and those who did not qualify for established status although they worked permanently in the mining sector, could at first claim only (1), (2) and (4) ([section] 3).
But even so, the book promises more than it delivers, and Wilson's larger thesis remains unestablished.
Tessar, a team captain, has a strong presence in the locker room, and his rich personality is just what's needed at Chaminade, an unestablished program that has never won a section championship and has long been shadowed by the successes of the basketball, baseball and volleyball teams, along with several championship girls' teams.
This has changed their perspectives, which are now different from those of unestablished researchers.
Thomas is clearly too ill to work, but we never learn what his profession was; the father's is never identified; when Thomas asks Luc if he's still a teacher Luc doesn't answer, and this remains unestablished (though never denied).
With respect to heavy metal reduction, chelation as a treatment approach for ADHD is still very much unestablished.
An older ethic might have taken this as a sign that the Obamas are unestablished, maybe unstable.
If I hadn't been adopted I think I would have been in a very unestablished house .
Current watering restrictions in this time of drought have put numerous unestablished plants under severe stress.
A real estate panel confirmed this week what REW's May 2 front page story on the Far West Side asserted: that development of the area into a westerly extension of Mid town may stall because large anchor tenants have been--and most likely will continue to be for the foreseeable future--unwilling to relocate to such an unestablished office neighborhood so far from the central business district's core.
2002) ("[W]here the operation of an unestablished business is