unpurged

unpurged

(ʌnˈpɜːdʒd)
adj
1. not purged of impurities
2. (Law) law not cleared of a charge of wrong-doing
3. not taken away or removed
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Furthermore, the two dispersion indexes, the unpurged Lilien's measure as well as its "purged" counterpart, display a similar behavior.
In my home county of Cortland (population 49,000), where I applied for a permit, the County Clerk's office reports about 7200 permits, although this total too includes unpurged permits.
With souls unpurged and steadfast breath They supped the sacrament of death.
But those barriers were devised and are precious because they prevent that purpose and its pursuit from passing unchallenged by the accused, and unpurged by the alembic of public scrutiny and public criticism.
Thus, our bawdiness, Unpurged by epitaph, indulged at last, Is equally converted into palms.
Familiarity is a kind of knowledge: it is the knowledge that is experience, unpurged of presuppositions, unpurged of the violent prejudice of custom.
Jennifer Feather in "To 'Tempt the Rheumy and Unpurged Air': Contagion and Agency in Julius Caesar" makes the interesting suggestion that Brutus suffers from "inverse akrasia," i.
Even Ulmer, who maintains the poem is primarily Unitarian in outlook, has to admit that it is shadowed with "an unpurged Gothic guilt," (36)
The film is innovative in its stark realism and minimalism, its use of unpurged dialogue, its rendition of boredom, and, most interestingly, in its utter aloofness: it almost seems that the director forgot the camera was on, and that is how the film made itself.
Transplantation of unpurged autologous bone marrow in acute myeloid leukemia in first remission.
The unpurged judiciary in this period, consisting of those whose careers were built under fascism, took revenge on the anti-fascists using anti-subversion laws that remained from the fascist period.