unrubbed

unrubbed

(ʌnˈrʌbd)
adj
not rubbed
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The images in Figure 3(c) contain unrubbed and rubbed parts of the same sample deposited on a 1 [cm.sup.2] substrate.
Flocculation can be detected quite easily by the rub-up test, as the action of the rubbing re-disperses the pigments leading to a change in color between the rubbed and unrubbed areas if flocculation has occurred.
Except in uncirculated condition-shiny, unrubbed, never dropped into the palm of a shouting newsy for the latest Times--an 1893 Indian Head Penny fetches about ten (Star) bucks.
We don't want trees that have been rubbed--instead, we need unrubbed trees of a locally popular rub species.
In some cases, pruinosity on the scutum may be damaged due to rubbing, but it is clear from a number of pristine unrubbed specimens of D.
There was a culturally invigorating rubbing of shoulders--and often, as one insider only too aware of ancient territorial rivalries puts it succinctly, 'many shoulders remained distinctly unrubbed'.
The color difference between rubbed and unrubbed areas ([DELTA]E) is a measure of the degree of color separation.
All you want is to spend each day going from treatment to treatment, leaving no pore unplugged, no muscle unrubbed. Or perhaps your deepest desire is for some combination of all of the above.
His antlers were unrubbed, fully encased in deep chocolate velvet with an odd streak of white on the right side broad bez.
I once change camera batteries, noting this is a good bear, hefty and unrubbed, a "shooter" bruin.
A good Minton's cup and saucer with its gold leaf unrubbed and without chips and cracks will cost you around pounds 175 today.