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- adj. Not modified
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not modified; not altered in form; not qualified in meaning; not limited or circumscribed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not changed in form or character
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Boston began renal transplantation in unmodified human recipients in spite of the warnings and pessimistic predictions of many scientists and experienced clinicians.
What’s more, while ethanol requires special pipelines for shipping, butanol can be shipped in unmodified gasoline pipelines.
Some - but too few - have been applied to healthcare and often unmodified, which is a big mistake.
A book headed by a man's name unmodified and uncommented upon -- such as 'Horace Chase' -- is apt to have a dreary, unprepossessing air, unless the name is an incisive one that suggests an interesting personality.
Determing "unmodified" binary is running in memory
In that regard, it can be considered as a "unmodified" NetQuake client.
"unmodified" state even if it was different … therefore would not commit the changes to the database on save.
This not-so-subtle slam at the dangers of genetic engineering depicts a Grant-Wood-Iowa country-fair display of square tomatoes, a multiteated cow and other oddities in an unmodified soybean field, plus a pathetically overbred Chinese Crested dog, presented on an oval insert like a blue-ribbon prize.
P-51s were made to maneuver at low altitudes during dogfights, and unmodified, could reach speeds of up to 400 miles per hour.
So prescriptivists holding the “most important, not most importantly” view are asserting that importantly is only valid if it is unmodified, while important is only valid if it is modified.