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  • adjective Not decomposed

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  • adjective not left to spoil

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Examples

  • The plant operators were accustomed to thrusting a six-foot pole into the lime pit in order to determine if undecomposed bones remained at the bottom.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • Peat lands are made up of undecomposed plant materials and store large quantities of carbon.

    $10 Million to Help Protect Indonesia's Forests

  • Here the clean metallic surface presents no recesses like those of porous lint for the septic germs to develope in, the fluid exuding from the surface of the granulations has flowed away undecomposed, and the result is the absence of suppuration.

    On the Antiseptic Principle of the Practice of Surgery

  • Here the clean metallic surface presents no recesses like those of porous lint for the septic germs to develope in, the fluid exuding from the surface of the granulations has flowed away undecomposed, and the result is the absence of suppuration.

    On the Antiseptic Principle of the Practice of Surgery

  • But some years after his death, his body was found undecomposed; he then became a saint, and men now pray at his tomb.

    Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah

  • The plant operators were accustomed to thrusting a six-foot pole into the lime pit in order to determine if undecomposed bones remained at the bottom.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • The plant operators were accustomed to thrusting a six-foot pole into the lime pit in order to determine if undecomposed bones remained at the bottom.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • At first thought you might think that we would run into a nitrogen deficiency by adding so much undecomposed organic matter.

    5: Farming systems and gardening techniques

  • It is important that no undecomposed bagasse get into the mix.

    6: Soil health and plant nutrition

  • In Ecuador at 2900 m, I [LSM] found that the biointensive vegetable gardens, which were planted in beds filled 1 m deep with undecomposed organic material, did not show the frost damage evident in adjacent gardens planted in normal soil.

    Chapter 24

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