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  • adj. Not magnified.

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Examples

  • His annotated chapter notes are choice and illuminating and his 29 pages of unmagnified bibliography, well, akin to a religious revelation.

    Joe Woodward: Bibliography: A True Confession

  • The viewscreen at the front of the bridge showed an unmagnified image of the Furai entangled in a faint 2D network.

    365 tomorrows » 2008 » February : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • Write down that statement, below the unmagnified statement you wrote in step 1.

    The Next Ten Minutes

  • Most importantly, shifting the magnified view up leaves the unmagnified view of the road unobstructed, which is important for safety and facilitates navigation ...

    Boing Boing

  • The telescopic screen went off, and the unmagnified screen darkened as the filters went on.

    Space Viking

  • Iago and Edmund are also realistic freethinkers, the former slightly magnified, the latter unmagnified, though both may be somewhat idealized.

    Shakespeare His Life Art And Characters

  • A microscope will give you more magnification and the ability to go from a magnified view to an unmagnified view more easily, and hands free.

    MAKE Magazine

  • Here he is, his words, his version-unfiltered, unmitigated, unmagnified even by his own blinding beauty.

    All these wonderful things

  • We found bunches of tiny electronics parts -- I think they were; spools of magnetic tape, but nothing to play it on; reels of very narrow film with frames much too small to see anything at all unmagnified; about three thousand cigarettes in unlabeled transparent packs of twenty -- we lit up quick, using my new lighter; a picture book that didn't make much sense because the views might have been of tissue sections or starfields, we couldn't quite decide, and there were no captions to help; a thin book with ricepaper pages covered with Chinese characters -- _that_ was a puzzler; a thick book with nothing but columns of figures, all zeros and ones and nothing else; some tiny chisels; and a mouth organ.

    The Night of the Long Knives

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