unnetted

unnetted

(ʌnˈnɛtɪd)
adj
having been released from a net
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(1) Effects of predators examines the importance of post-settlement predation in controlling recruit density and size (mean SL) by comparing the mean of both variables in open control (unnetted) EU versus the mean of all protected EU; tests for the effects of predators regulating density and size of 0-y class individuals of Mya arenaria (Hypothesis #1).
In Wheeler's treatment, this first dream, through Viola, becomes: Unnetted, night time, heave lobster/crawfish/eel on deck-- jellyfish trail of light over sea and the sea's victrola voice-- a cave of light hovers on water, ghostly traces whip, out-- (waves on the lens) blips disappear; floating lanterns, space-beings, drift.
This is equal to the sum of the aggregate adjusted basis of assets of the subsidiary net of liabilities, and any unnetted net operating losses over the FMV of the subsidiary's stock.