unshocked


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unshocked

(ʌnˈʃɒkt)
adj
not shocked
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Vishnu Reddy, Planetary Science Institute Research Scientist and lead author of "Chelyabinsk meteorite explains unusual spectral properties of Baptistina Asteroid Family", said that the Chelyabinsk meteorite has both bright unshocked and dark shocked material, however, the details of the spectra of the dark Chelyabinsk material closely reproduces spectral signatures seen with members of the Baptistina Asteroid Family.
Moreover, since we always already understood the animal as threatened--since we mourn its loss in advance, even now--we are unshocked and, thus, unchanged by its demise.
Breeding only from these unshocked crossveinless flies in a normal environment produced strains in which the crossveinless trait was almost 100% (Waddington, 1953).
This may leave some circumstellar material totally unshocked and may explain why Spitzer mid-infrared observations before and after the 2006 event imply that a considerable amount of dust in the nova's vicinity survived the outburst--another totally baffling result.
2004) reported occasional quartz grains with impact-induced planar fractures (PFs) and planar deformation features (PDFs) in a mass of unshocked grains of the ejecta deposits.
I for one was mildly surprised by how relatively unshocked most people were by the suggestion that Our Greatest President may have had sex with other men.
What's recognizably Elizabeth Bowen's in Eva Trout is its vision, the unshocked accuracy that lets her, throughout the book, write passages like the following, which is about Eva's friend, who has just met Eva in a Chicago coffee shop by chance, after years of separation: