unbated

un·bat·ed

 (ŭn-bā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Unabated.
2. Archaic Not blunted by a guard on the tip, as a sword or fencing foil.

unbated

(ʌnˈbeɪtɪd)
adj
1. a less common variant of unabated
2. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) archaic (of a sword, lance, etc) not covered with a protective button
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264, unbated 17.93, undiscovered 7.121, university 9.68, voucher 16.49 and 50, whip ("move suddenly") 11.112, wrist 6.47.
NEW YORK, Feb 16 (KUNA) -- A UN official urged the Iraqi Government to implement the decision of transferring the missing Kuwaiti persons file to Ministry of Defense, and allocate the needed financial resources to ensure that work continues unbated. UN Secretary General's Special Representative for Iraq Jan Kubis, told the the Security Council that the same level of commitment is also necessary to reinvigorate efforts in search of missing Kuwaiti property.
Even the loyalists, the 'ra-ras', are approaching it with a sense of trepidation because they know that unless Mogga's Boro get off to a flyer the sniping and squabbling will continue unbated and every defeat and set-back will be the signal for ritual bloodletting.
Thus, GAS initially exerts a beneficial effect but becomes harmful if the stress continues unbated. This response is further modified by extraneous factors like patients immunological and nutrition status, medications, age and systemic disease.
(Race 5) UNBATED can take this if returning to his best.
The interval came in the midst of 3.3 with Hamlet holding a large knife over Claudius kneeling in prayer (and, given modern dress, after the interval "Up, sword" (3.3.88) became "Up, blade" just as arras became mirror and unbated became unblunted), but to kill Polonius Hamlet reached across his mother's bed to pull a gun out of her bedside drawer--and the subsequent spider's web crack in the mirrored set stayed in view for the remainder of the show.
In its May, 1846 edition, Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country printed a lengthy article on the events in India: "The Sikhs and the Late Campaign." The article details what led up to the conflict, and describes the battle of Moodkee in much the same way other publications had described it, but its portrayal of the battle of Ferozeshah provides us the most striking parallel yet to Thucydides: Meanwhile the struggle went on with unbated fury in front.
That started in Atlanta and has continued unbated to the European Championships and indeed in every tournament," he said.
Algeria has been overrun by random terrorist attacks unbated since 1992.
Barry's choreography for the fight scene was persuasive and ingenious, allowing the venomed and unbated tip of Laertes' sword to do its damnedest without a lot of stage blood.
I am bound to state, however, that the whole disinvestment debate could very soon become irrelevant or meaningless if the current unrest in South Africa continues unbated, thereby creating such a climate or conditions of economic instability and insecurity that overseas investors--of their own free will--will decide not to support any further investment or will initiate steps toward disinvestment as fast as possible, concluding that the risk of the future investment is too great.
For example, the production includes a close-up of the bated and unbated swords touching the floor before the final duel begins.