unthickened

unthickened

(ʌnˈθɪkənd)
adj
not thickened
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Scouse or lobscouse came to mean any cheap, unthickened meat stew, usually comprising lamb or mutton and always containing potatoes.
The thickened samples show reduced heat of reaction when compared with the unthickened samples, as shown in Table 2.
Unthickened fuels used with the E3 yielded a satisfactory 135-foot range (with a mixture of 50 percent Number 6 fuel oil, 25 percent kerosene, and 25 percent gasoline).
Soldiers and Seabees modified the tanks with locally produced fuel tanks capable of holding 170 gallons of unthickened fuel.
see also Carob unthickened formula Thickened formula: bean gum, above) (n = 20).
5 3 [micro]m wide, non-pigmented to distinctly pigmented, but consistently unthickened.
Clear soups, such as broth, bouillon, and consomme, are based on clear, unthickened stocks.
Second, the best model requires' a more sigmoid functional response to fit the data in the thickened than in the unthickened medium, indicating that not only is the overall effective rate of search by the Didinium lower in the thickened medium, but also there is a more pronounced reduction in their search rate at low prey densities when the effort of swimming is greater.
XLP-4530 is a liquid designed for internal pigmentation of unthickened "wet-mix" formulations, such as pultrusion and preform molding, where it reportedly offersnear-zero shrinkage and minimal hazing.
Unthickened tailings flow by gravity to the tailings dam located 4 km north of the plant.
We expect that the particle sizes of thickened UPE coils in series-A resins are larger than those of the unthickened UPE coils in series-B resins.
Fruit a loculicidal capsule, berry, or irregularly dehisc ent, seeds with or without tails, testa cells slightly to moderately elongated and unthickened, or the cells isodiametric and moderately to massively thickened on the inner surface; embryo small, with 2 cotyledons, or minute and not differentiated.