undriven

undriven

(ʌnˈdrɪvən)
adj
1. (of a vehicle) not driven
2. (of a person) not driven, unmotivated
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If you use a Dobsonian reflector or some other undriven telescope, the wider field is a welcome bonus because the target doesn't drift out of the field as quickly.
There will be years without a severe winter when the rear tyres remain utterly undriven throughout.
Contract Awarded for To Move the Undriven Not Cpal Secondary School Students.
Receiver (Rx) inputs feature a "full fail-safe" design, which ensures a logic high Rx output if Rx inputs are floating, shorted, or terminated but undriven.
It's often mistaken as being lazy, being shy, being weak in character, being too undriven or too complacent to try.
In this case, the upper end of the spring is attached to a fixed solid point, and the system becomes a simple undriven harmonic oscillator.
The vehicle has been there, in the open, unwashed, unserviced and undriven since.
For sensorless operation, the motor position is determined by the Back-EMF voltage from the undriven winding.
Mr Brazell added that, though he had a personal preference for undriven telescopes, an equatorial drive was hugely beneficial when seeking out very faint objects.
shows the equivalent circuit of the motor with coils B and C driven while coil A is undriven and available for BEMF measurement.
These characters were only sad, the father cruel but undriven by any