unrefracted

unrefracted

(ˌʌnrɪˈfræktɪd)
adj
(General Physics) (of light, waves, rays, etc) not refracted or deflected
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At the first beam splitter, one wave goes straight along an unrefracted path.
all transport was, in effect, two-dimensional--ah, I can guess your question--" as a smile, familiar and unrefracted for this old elevator regular, passes between girl and heckler--'"What about airplane flight, eh?
This reflects, one could be tempted to answer, upon the awareness of the undiverted, unrefracted radiating of God's word, which resembles those suns with which Benjamin compares naming words--ideas--in the "Erkenntniskritische Vorrede.
But here, the naked figure might himself be another Swedenborg, another angel convinced he sees an unrefracted truth and is ready to stand upon his vision with authority, but in fact is unable to rise above the limits that precondition his knowledge and agency unawares.
Cantor for the group gathered in mourning to declare themselves the celebrants of solar majesty, the children of an ever-constant solar deity and, in the fervent way of our hemisphere's ancient heathen civilizations, to abandon themselves in a ritual sun dance around the dead boy's grave better to sanctify and placate the unrefracted rays of Great Father Sun than to submit to a supreme being for whatever atrocious crime it pleases Him to perpetrate.
The court expects of him to offer impartial and objective assessments of raw evidence that is not possible to understand without the unrefracted lense of the expert's special expertise.
Beckert's unrefracted focus on investment patterns and class tension pays large dividends (so to speak).
Most of Carver's work, however, evades this unrefracted type of resolution and instead features a variation that I would like to call an "arrested epiphany.
One recent film Glory (Zwick, 1989) disconcertingly links stereotype again to historical event, not only giving the models their fullest representation in years (unironically and apparently unrefracted by time) but throwing them (literally) into the same narrative tent.
Visions are like lenses that focus unrefracted rays of light.
The ratio of unrefracted wave height to refracted wave height is expressed as the refraction coefficient.
Tribute must be paid to the author's avoidance of simply assigning social and political actions mechanistically and unrefracted to social interests.