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- adj. burnt; adust
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Burnt; adust.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Become hot and dry; burned; scorched.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Raw, adusted a little, adjusted more, adjusted for urban effects.
It was a good article and the point about wages stagnating and adusted to inflation shows how sad our economy is.
Fortunately, he is now a reasonably well-adusted college freshman.
NonGAAP adusted book value stands at 39.05, quite a ways to the upside from the current share price.
I adusted the pickup height and individual string heights along with swapping out the factory strings and the ringing is now barely audible.
Wages are adusted downward accordingly and businesses expand based on those wages.
Boffo-mania: The top grossing movies of all time (adusted for inflation)
Taken a step further, "How can you pay a banker a high revenue bonus without knowing what kind of risk adusted profit, that banker makes?"
There is projector frame to frame sprocket jitter which gets worse as the print is used (worn sprocket holes) or if the projector gate is adusted loose.
He adusted some knobs (hurrrr!) until I felt gentle thumping through the pads, and then he put a heating blanket on top.