unremoved

unremoved

(ˌʌnrɪˈmuːvd)
adj
1. not removed, shifted, or taken away; fixed
2. unwavering; constant
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Never could Starbuck forget the old man's aspect, when one night going down into the cabin to mark how the barometer stood, he saw him with closed eyes sitting straight in his floor-screwed chair; the rain and half-melted sleet of the storm from which he had some time before emerged, still slowly dripping from the unremoved hat and coat.
Neither responsibility could in fact have been fixed upon him, and just now, at all events, he was only a pleasant weather-washed wind-battered Briton, who brought in from a struggle with the elements that he appeared quite to have enjoyed a certain amount of unremoved mud and an unusual quantity of easy expression.
This exaltation of the young gentleman moved the conscientious Mrs Boffin to repentance for having done him an injustice in her mind, and consequently to saying that she and Mr Boffin would at any time be glad to see him; an attention which he handsomely acknowledged by replying, with his stopper unremoved, 'Much obliged to you, but I'm always engaged, day and night.'
Request Sample Report- https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=S&rep_id=546 Stump Grinder Market: Introduction Stumps are base part of trees including the root that has been left unremoved after the tree trunk has been felled and separated from it.
This critical stage of dissection of the cyst indicated a relative advantage of the anterior, as compared with the posterior approach, for this condition because if we had chosen the posterior approach, the dissection would have been more difficult and hazardous, probably leading to a larger portion of the cyst wall densely adhering to the spinal cord left unremoved. (4) Intraoperative spinal cord monitoring using MEP, although requiring trains of stimuli after intravenous anesthesia with propofol-opioid, worked well in preventing iatrogenic neurologic complications.
However, the unremoved common iliac LN and paraaortic LNs increased in size early after the surgery.
From the results shown in Figure 5, the maximum amount of mercury remaining unremoved for the 20% of concentration of nanoparticles in Aloe vera extract is around 0.75 mg/L, which is less than that allowed by the WHO and EPA organizations.
Hydrohalite is normally left unremoved, as it does not respond to the conventional de-icing method of road surface salting and once formed, repeated salting will not remove it.
To be sure, Justice Scalia believed that his legitimating originalist method also reasonably approximated interpretative truth across a broad range of cases; I doubt whether he would have advocated a legitimating theory that was utterly unremoved from what he regarded as correct interpretation.
EMT 1: [tau] = 30 min, with records of [[tau].sub.gap] < 1 min unremoved.