unavoided

unavoided

(ˌʌnəˈvɔɪdɪd)
adj
1. not avoided or evaded
2. not able to be avoided; inevitable
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"Climate policy and the optimal balance between mitigation, adaptation and unavoided damage." Climate Change Economics 01: 71-92.
Given the incommensurability of "Nagasaki," as an avoidable yet unavoided second catastrophic criminal event, the nostalgia one traces in the past failures of Ishiguro's protagonists is also the attempt at substituting shadows for unbearable historical truths.
From Figure 1 we may then extract one of the key messages mediated by the model, namely, the observation that the unitary evolution is "robust." One may expect that whenever we need to achieve an unavoided crossing of the eigenvalues, the more adequate description of the phenomenon will be provided by the transition to non-Hermitian Hamiltonians in [F.sup.(NH)] for which the EP values may be real.
A cockatrice hast thou hatch'd to the world, Whose unavoided eye is murderous.
However, noise is unavoided during the acquisition and transmission of images.
So, countless collisions avoided, but one unavoided. At least no-one died of anything but shame.
Benefits of Mitigation + Unavoided Damages = Total Costs of Climate Change
Now thou art come unto a feast of death, A terrible and unavoided danger.
In some of the other 45 states, the limitation of the avoidance was a great windfall to the creditor as, "The effect of this position is that the unavoided portion of the lien would survive bankruptcy and would attach to any equity that accumulates above the debtor's homestead amount.
The avoided response (A) and unavoided response (UA) were recorded.
The unavoided urine may even back up into the kidneys, resulting in a condition called hydronephosis.