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- adj. Not having a mark of difference
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The correlation in the undifferenced data is due to a shared trend, which is not statistically significant when you correct for loss of effective degrees of freedom due to serial autocorrelation.
For Life Nobles and knights, only the person originally granted the arms bears them undifferenced.
Those passages, on the other hand, whose decided tendency it is to represent Brahman as transcending all qualities, as one undifferenced mass of impersonal intelligence, Râmânuja is unable to accept frankly and fairly, and has to misinterpret them more or less to make them fall in with his system.
Within the Garter are impaled (dexter) the Arms of KING EDWARD VII. and (sinister) the undifferenced Arms of
(undifferenced) intelligence it is quite impossible to ascribe either all-knowingness or limited knowledge; the pradhâna, on the other hand, because consisting of the three gu/n/as, comprises also in its pradhâna state the element of Goodness which is the cause of all-knowingness.