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unhardened

(ʌnˈhɑːdənd)
adj
not hardened
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Adj.1.unhardened - not brought to a proper consistency or hardnessunhardened - not brought to a proper consistency or hardness; "untempered mortar"; "untempered steel"
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Such a staircase, with its accessories, in the older and more crowded parts of Paris, would be bad enough now; but, at that time, it was vile indeed to unaccustomed and unhardened senses.
Even Captain Anthony had to take some notice of it, as if it refreshed him to see something untouched, unscarred, unhardened by suffering.
The air force has 15 hardened shelters at Kadena Air Force Base on Okinawa; all other bases are either unhardened or shared with allies and partners that may not allow access to their facilities during a US-China conflict.
Although the Summary NDS calls for prioritizing investment in forces that "can deploy, survive, operate, maneuver, and regenerate in all domains while under attack," the sole detail offered for this force investment is the effort to transition from "large, centralized, unhardened infrastructure to smaller, dispersed, resilient, adaptive basing." (34) Since the Navy has advertised itself long and loudly as the strategic alternative to large, centralized, unhardened (land) infrastructure, one might assume that unique naval capabilities might be mentioned briefly at that point in the Summary NDS document--but they are not.
Transitioning from large, centralized, unhardened infrastructure to smaller, dispersed, resilient, adaptive basing that include active and passive defenses will also be prioritized." See Summary of the 2018 National Defense Strategy, 6.
Even as this NDS proposes "transitioning from large, centralized, unhardened infrastructure to smaller, dispersed, resilient, adaptive basing," it still envisions a forward force posture, albeit one better able to maneuver and survive under attack.
The standard jigs are simply unhardened steel but suffice for the hobbyist.
Part 1-entrained air in unhardened concrete," ACI Structural Journal, vol.
ACE Committee 544 defines steel fibers as "a short, discrete length of steel having an aspect ratio (length/diameter) from about 20 to 100, with any cross section, and that is sufficiently small and randomly dispersed in an unhardened concrete mixture using usual mixing procedures" [12].
For the scissor elements, unhardened 5059 aluminium (E = 70 GPa, [f.sub.y] = 160 MPa, and [rho] = 2780 kg/[m.sup.3]) is used.
[22] investigated another TMR-based HLS design flow on SRAM-based FPGAs and compares the reliability of these designs with their respective unhardened equivalents.