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uncompounded

(ˌʌnkəmˈpaʊndɪd)
adj
not compounded
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Adj.1.uncompounded - not constituting a compound
uncombined - not joined or united into one
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For Spirits when they please Can either Sex assume, or both; so soft And uncompounded is their Essence pure, Not ti'd or manacl'd with joynt or limb, Nor founded on the brittle strength of bones, Like cumbrous flesh; but in what shape they choose Dilated or condens't, bright or obscure, Can execute their aerie purposes, And works of love or enmity fulfill.
Drugs: A great number of simples (crude, uncompounded drugs; e.g., ambergris and camphor) that had remained unknown to the materia medica of the ancient and classical worlds, medicinal plants (e.g., cassia, cloves, cubebs, rhubarb, musk, senna, and tamarind), and antiseptics for wound cleaning (e.g., alcohol, vinegar, and rose water) were introduced (9, 10, 12).
That means "to analyze the composite whole down to its uncompounded elements (for these are the smallest parts of the whole)" (Pol.
Chemos's "other name" is Peor (I.412); Astoreth is called "Astarte, Queen of Heav'n" (I.439) by the Phoenicians; and Baalim and Ashtaroth, being spirits, "can either sex assume or both, so soft / And uncompounded is their essence pure" (I.424-25).
The idea of an uncompounded republic, on an average one thousand miles in length, and eight hundred in width, and containing six millions of white inhabitants, all reduced to the same standard of morals, or habits, and of laws, is itself an absurdity." (31)
The research group predicts demand for PCBs will reach $65.3 billion in 2015 and rise to $76.5 billion in 2019, an uncompounded gain of 17.2%.
From primordial times, the essence of the mind itself is also empty, uncompounded like the sky, and spontaneously established; it encompasses all that is animate and inanimate, and is the ground for the manifestation of samsara and nirvana.
Crystallinity and molecular weight distribution were found to be optimized through uncompounded polymer temperature and frequency sweeps.
And yet we were told of the Angels soft Aetherial Essence, without obstacle of Joints and Limbs, and 1:423, that Spirits, when they please Can either Sex assume or both, so soft And uncompounded is their Essence pure.
we are in the habit of considering that our personality, or soul, no matter where it begins or ends, and no matter what it comprises, is nevertheless a single thing, uncompounded of other souls.
On a simple, uncompounded basis, the rate is a double-digit negative amount.
In this regard, the most crucial thing to note is that none of the early Brahmanical literature, including most importantly the early dharmasEtras and dharmagAstras, uses the uncompounded word khatv[bar.a] to denote a bed used for removing corpses, nor does it include any noticeable indication that a khatviittga is part of such a bed.(12) In fact, the passage of [bar.A]pastamba just cited (1.6.1-4) clearly uses the term khatvet to designate the bed of a living teacher.