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  • adj. Not scattered


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  • •Among the unscattered is the night's only original scripted broadcast series, ABC's Better Off Ted (9 ET/PT).

    Critic's Corner Tuesday

  • They also know that it smears hadronic information, but electromagnetic stuff passes through unscattered.

    Progress in QCD Pheno for RHIC? « Imaginary Potential

  • The only caveat with writing all sorts of meaningful things down, and dumping them from your STM, is you've got to be unscattered enough to maintain possession over those lists.

    Getting things done

  • I suppose that in the secessionist states, boys and girls grow up listening to their unscattered elders boasting of their forebears, anatomizing their closely environing kith and kin: natural subject matter of the novel.


  • Finally he ceased to move; his hand was arrested and hung poised in mid-air with the unscattered seed in its palm; he eyes were fixed on some invisible object and he stood as he had stood when we first caught sight of him in the half-plowed meadow -- lost in a trance.

    The Redemption of David Corson

  • A cigarette which had burnt itself out where it had fallen lay undisturbed upon the grass, the long grey ash unscattered.

    Mystery Mile

  • It is even doubtful whether the moa did not live down to the days of the earliest colonists, for remains of Maori encampments are still discovered, with the ashes of the fireplace even now unscattered, and the close-gnawed bones of the gigantic bird lying in the very spot where the natives left them after their destructive feasts.

    Falling in Love With Other Essays on More Exact Branches of Science

  • And this was the last morning which was to behold that magnificent and powerful armada entire and unscattered.

    The Drummer Boy

  • Let us now turn our attention to the light which passes unscattered among the particles.

    Fragments of science, V. 1-2

  • Similar to the LM application, the TEM application employs a - phase plate that shifts the phase of only the scattered electrons, resulting in amplitude contrast rather than phase contrast as these electrons interfere with the unscattered electrons in the image plane (See Fig. 1).

    D Mag - News


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