unreplenished


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unreplenished

(ˌʌnrɪˈplɛnɪʃt)
adj
not replenished or refilled
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That she had dropped into the last coma which would end in death, if the air supply remained unreplenished, I well knew, and so, throwing caution to the winds, I flung overboard everything but the engine and compass, even to my ornaments, and lying on my belly along the deck with one hand on the steering wheel and the other pushing the speed lever to its last notch I split the thin air of dying Mars with the speed of a meteor.
Evidence of heightened impairment risk or diminished and unreplenished balance-sheet buffers as a result of sustained, elevated credit growth, would be negative for the banks' VRs.
"The current concentrations of SO2 reflect the diminishing volumes of gas exsolved from unreplenished magma beneath the edifice as well as from cooling lava deposits on the summit and volcanic slopes," Phivolcs said.
When Yellen appeared before the House Financial Services Committee, she was greeted, as usual, by an opening statement from the chairman, Jeb Hensarling, a Texas Republican, complaining about "eight years of subpar growth, eight years of stagnant pay checks and eight years of unreplenished savings." Nothing personal, mind you.
At the same time, groundwater is overused, and soil goes unreplenished. Guillou points out that up to 50 percent of food produced is wasted: "The crucial issue of loss and waste takes a variety of forms: locusts in African countries, 30% of waste by consumers in Western countries." She lists many options available for governments, adding that "The dissemination of information is seen as an effective way to fight against excessive volatility." In response to changing climates, some nations may have to relocate farming areas with additional investment in agriculture infrastructure.
The effect of this leaves the lower Helmand watershed unreplenished, irrigation channels largely dry, licit crops withering because of a lack of water--and increasing resentment towards the Kabul Government.
In a report to this week's meeting of the council's environment and regeneration scrutiny committee the joint head of highways and infrastructure Stuart Davies says: "The biggest consequence of our own salt chortage was that we didn't do any additional salting and all salt heaps and salt bins were left unreplenished for the majority of the winter, with an accepted increase in transport difficulties in many areas."
The Chinese in Japan, with a stable, unreplenished population of slightly over fifty thousand, are a tiny group in comparison to the Koreans, who are ten to fifteen times as numerous (Sugawara, 1979, 330-31).
He said unreplenished food stocks, price volatility and the global financial crisis continue to hurt food security, while food prices on domestic markets remain at record high levels.
Over the long term, Hecht says, "the oxidants would slowly eat away residual unreplenished organics, diminishing the likelihood of finding organic fossil signatures."