unaugmented

unaugmented

(ˌʌnɔːɡˈmɛntɪd)
adj
1. not increased or enlarged
2. (Grammar) grammar lacking an additional syllable
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The enhanced blast is particularly attractive as it has greater effect than unaugmented blast but doesn't have the same lethal radius as fragmentation, a fratricide issue.
To confirm whether the results are driven by the presence of long-term debt, I reestimate the basic, unaugmented specification used in Table 4 on a subsample of all-equity firms.
Those numbers were based on an unaugmented fleet of 49 CTOLs needed to meet the gross lift requirements of its chosen scenarios.
One can envision governments intervening to protect the rights of the unaugmented.
We chose this term because one study did not differentiate oxytocin-augmented from unaugmented labour and 'non-elective' is a broader descriptor that includes women not in labour.
162, paralleling the equally unaugmented aorist form dahan, which is likely in the Pylos tablet.
The printed word, unaugmented by the spectacle or pageantry of performers, is the medium of truth.
Perhaps this was best articulated by the Karuk Nation of California who a decade earlier stated, "Purely rational and technical approaches, unaugmented by a sense of the sacred or by the sensibilities specific to place, will necessarily become destructive and irrational over time .
It uses the signals from the American GPS and Russian GLONASS satellite constellations to provide users in a geographical area covering Europe, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, South America, Africa, the Middle East, and Central Asia with a high-performance navigation and positioning service superior to the unaugmented GPS signal currently available in Europe.
Furthermore, the assumption that the verb in Semitic in its unaugmented form consists of a triconsonantal root might be further challenged by evidence from weak verbs in which only two consonants are present, as in Arabic rama, da a (3ms perfect).
As a comparison, unaugmented GPS runs in the 110-foot error range and a VOR signal at just one mile has a 475-foot tolerance.