unerased

unerased

(ˌʌnɪˈreɪzd)
adj
1. not rubbed out or erased
2. restored after being erased
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Later this fall, Midroll is teaming up with the filmmakers behind the anticipated fall film Boy Erased, along with the creators of the widely acclaimed Radiolab podcast and radio program, to launch a new podcast, UnErased. The four-part journalistic podcast series will explore the history of conversion therapy in America.
In the second iteration and thereafter, all of the previously erased symbol indices (E) are maintained and [i.sub.max] is determined over all the unerased indices.
In one of these, a copy of The Fall of Princes with prompts offering alternative words, sixty-eight unerased words and prompts are extant.
As time passes, unchecked street misconduct, like unerased graffiti and unremoved litter signals a lack of social control.
They found that a tiny number of methylated gene regions survived unerased: an average of just 233 out of approximately 25,000 in the germ cells examined.
could have and should have issued an injunction covering the unerased
The new thrift as a History 2 is an unerased past that has come back to haunt our modern conception of a hypercapitalized world.
(29) And finally, of course, Leonardo de' Ferrari's erasure of the pre-1560s past in the Atlas de Heliche has now been "unerased', restoring both a negative evidential "surface" and (virtually at least) a negative stratigraphic one.