uneffected

uneffected

(ˌʌnɪˈfɛktɪd)
adj
not effected; not settled or established
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This transaction is already closed and remains uneffected by the present decision.
Crews yesterday managed to isolate the fire in one area of refuse, only for the wind to blow lit waste from there onto an uneffected area, causing that to catch fire.
Teachers and youth workers are uneffected, it concerns teaching assistants, catering and cleaning staff, etc.
Obviously uneffected by his travel problems (see story below), he moved into second place on the bend behind the veteran Bookie Burglar.
But uneffected by the ban on internationals, they are highly unlikely to be tripped up by one of the relegation favourites.
Interestingly, parameter significance (at the .05 level) was uneffected by the dropping of the intercept terms, and the residuals obtained spread evenly around predicted values.
He is a very natural and uneffected which is rare in this day and age."