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Verb1.Unstrain - cause to feel relaxedunstrain - cause to feel relaxed; "A hot bath always relaxes me"
affect - act physically on; have an effect upon; "the medicine affects my heart rate"
unbend - release from mental strain, tension, or formality; "unbend the mind from absorbing too much information"
tense up, tense, strain - cause to be tense and uneasy or nervous or anxious; "he got a phone call from his lawyer that tensed him up"
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- Impose alcohol content-based tax rates on beer and unstrained rice-wine
While being photographed, the subjects were asked to keep their teeth slightly apart, and the perioral soft tissues and mandibular posture unstrained at rest.
Both are highly effective procedures that can be easily applied and enable complete and unstrained closure of the defect that occurs upon the removal of the affected tissue as a whole; both are associated with minimum morbidity and short hospital stay and are tolerated well by the patients.
The intimate setting of the music holds the listener's attention as Asrar's voice harmonizes with the unstrained vocals of Vishnu and Shamu Bai encapsulating the traditional feel of devotional music.
Whether it's strained or unstrained, weigh the fruit pulp and then add 400g of sugar to every 500g of pulp, then tip back in the saucepan.
We take account of this by keeping the unstrained thickness but changing the resistivity accordingly [[rho].sub.iso] [right arrow] [[rho].sub.iso]/(1 + [[epsilon].sub.zz]).
Collagen I, collagen III, tenascin-C, and fibroblastic transcription factor scleraxis were all found to be significantly upregulated in cyclically strained hMSCs compared to unstrained control cells.
This is because the ramp was unstrained at the start of the simulation, and no initial penetration was imposed on the FEM model contact interface.
where [DELTA]R is the incremental variation in electrical resistance, [R.sub.0] the unstrained electrical resistance, and [epsilon] the axial strain (positive in compression).
The resistance at the strain of 100% is still less than that of the unstrained state.