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unreduced

(ˌʌnrɪˈdjuːst)
adj
1. not reduced in size or amount
2. not simplified or put into simple terms
3. (Chemistry) not dissolved or pulverized
4. (Cookery) not dissolved or pulverized
5. (Military) not conquered or subjugated by force
6. (Medicine) med not returned to a normal condition
7. (Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics relating to a phonetic element, vowel sound, or syllable that is not reduced
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Adj.1.unreduced - not altered by reduction
unaltered, unchanged - remaining in an original state; "persisting unaltered through time"
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There had been no request by the employer for him to take early retirement and he was not entitled to an unreduced illhealth early retirement pension as he did not fall within the relevant provisions of the scheme.
They typically offer full retirement benefits before age 63, often using an age-plus-service formula: a 90-point formula, for example, would permit unreduced early retirement at age 60 after 30 years of service.
The shear strength is reduced because of the decrease in height of the beam at the end, and there is an extra empirical reduction factor of the ratio of the reduced height to the unreduced height.
Thus, triploidy in alates and workers is best explained as the result of queens that have mated with diploid males with unreduced sperm (diploid sperm).
2) "Consumption of more than 266 mcg of synthetic folic acid (PGA) results in absorption of unreduced PGA, which may interfere with folate metabolism for a period of years" (2) A 2004 paper from the British Medical Journal confirmed what many natural health professional have known all along: since folic acid is unnatural and the body cannot fully convert large amounts of it into usable folate, this artificial substance can be absorbed and may have unknown negative consequences in the human body.
As a result of this shift in language, a new phrase has developed among planners and the public to describe the age when unreduced benefits may be received -- Full Retirement Age (FRA).
Dislocated acromioclavicular joint: follow-up study of 35 unreduced acromioclavicular dislocations.
In phonology, the citation form of a word (as in a dictionary of pronunciation) is the most commonly encountered pronunciation as employed in the standard dialect, or the unreduced ("strong") pronunciation of the word.
Mrs Diner's rigatoni contained a couple of bits of rubber aubergine in a sea of unreduced canned tomatoes instead of the promised cherry tomato sauce.
Then the cells were washed with 200 [micro]L of methanol to remove unreduced NBT.
FRA is the age "at which a person may first become entitled to full or unreduced retirement benefits," says the SSA.