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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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* 82.5 percent of the unreduced deceased spouse's monthly benefit if they had started receiving benefits at their full retirement age (rather than choosing to receive a reduced retirement benefit early).
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.
impaternata is a unisexual clonal species of hybrid origin, arguably with a gynogenetic mode of reproduction in which (i) the parthenogenetic production of diploid female eggs by its queens is spermdependent, requiring allospecific copulation followed by interaction without fertilisation between their unreduced oocytes and nonconspecific sperm cells and (ii) sperm necessary for this purpose is likely acquired by the gynes through copulation with technically allospecific males produced from eggs laid by impaternata queens and reared in impaternata nests.
Oryadi Zanjani, "Old unreduced elbow fracture and fracture dislocation: treatment with open reduction and hinge external fixation," Shafa Orthopedic Journal, vol.
This Fox trace is the unreduced version of the Reidemeister trace used to determine the Nielsen number of f.
Unreduced dislocations have definite functional disability with a decreased range of movement at the metacarpophalangeal joints and a poor grip [8].
In a natural population of woody plant, polyploidy and in particular its most usual case, triploidy, may result from fertilization of normal haploid ovule with unreduced pollen or fertilization of unreduced ovule with normal pollen.
This is due to a higher amount of unreduced functional groups on graphene oxide.
Of these queens, 53.8% were also storing B sperm; we believe this pattern of sperm storage is best explained as the result of some polygyne alates mating with diploid males whose sperm was unreduced. This conclusion is consistent with data reported by Hung et al.
(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).