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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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Prosthetic replacement for chronic unreduced dislocations of the shoulder.
The FBU has accused fire minister Penny Mordaunt of misleading Parliament after she told MPs that if a firefighter loses fitness through no fault of their own they should get another role or a full, unreduced pension.
The strike action comes after the firefighters' pension scheme legislation was voted through by MPs when Westminster fire minister Penny Mordaunt gave a guarantee that fire-fighters aged 55 who failed a fitness test through no fault of their own would receive a full, unreduced pension or a redeployed role.
It says in a parliamentary debate last December that she gave a guarantee that any firefighter aged 55 or over who failed a fitness test through no fault of their own should get another role or a full, unreduced pension.
It says in a parliamentary debate last December she gave a guarantee that any firefighter aged 55 or over, who failed a fitness test through no fault of their own, should get another role or a full, unreduced pension.
She reportedly said that if firefighters become unfit through no fault of their own, they should get another role or a full, unreduced pension.
The latest strike action comes after the 2015 firefighters' pension scheme legislation was voted through by MPs when fire minister Penny Mordaunt gave a guarantee that firefighters aged 55 and over who failed a fitness test through no fault of their own, would receive a full, unreduced pension or a redeployed role.
He warned bosses not to "turn a blind eye" to the findings, adding: "It is the last great unreduced business cost.
A number of nonbusiness taxpayers have raised an argument that, like the calculation for sales of goods and services, the gross income from reported sales of property or securities should be considered the gross selling price unreduced by any related basis or costs.
A Hessenberg matrix H is said to be unreduced if none of the subdiagonal entries (the elements [H.
Numerically unreduced (2n) gametes are believed to have been
Absorbance of the unreduced phosphomolybdate complex is measured and indexed to a calibration curve to determine analyte concentration (3, 7).