unerased

unerased

(ˌʌnɪˈreɪzd)
adj
1. not rubbed out or erased
2. restored after being erased
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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.