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  • adj. Not having been adjusted
  • adj. Not having adjusted


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non- +‎ adjusted


  • In nonadjusted terms, industrial output fell 4.2%.

    Spanish Industrial Output Drops

  • But, on a nonadjusted basis, joblessness typically increases during the winter months as much of the outside work can't be carried out because of snow and ice, Mr. Weise said.

    German Employment Rises

  • December is a slow month for home sales anyway, meaning a relatively small bump could get blown out of proportion in NAR's seasonal adjustment, which attempts to extrapolate the trend of one month to a full year. raw, nonadjusted numbers look good enough to suggest that last month's dip in mortgage rates is starting to have an effect.

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  • The difference between 1986 when the unemployment rate in the region was last more than 8 percent, and now, is that back then unemployment was on the decline from the recession nonadjusted high of 18.2 percent in January 1983. - News


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