untrenched

untrenched

(ʌnˈtrɛnʃt)
adj
1. (Fortifications) not entrenched or fortified with trenches
2. not having trenches or ditches; (of land) not having trenches dug into it
3. archaic not infringed or encroached upon
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7 grams per tonne gold over 10 feet and to target the previously undrilled and untrenched western extension of the Tolovana vein where no recent work has been conducted but where high grade gold-bearing veins were mined from the Parenteau adit in the early 1930's.
Hart and Sollins (1998), in contrast, did not find a close correspondence between laboratory and in situ determinations (using a resin-core method; Hart and Perry 1999) of soil N mineralisation in untrenched and trenched plots in an old-growth conifer forest.
PGS operated without a single incident around 210 wellhead towers, three super complexes, three satellite platforms and hundreds of kilometers of untrenched pipelines.