unweakened

unweakened

(ʌnˈwiːkənd)
adj
not weakened; remaining at full strength
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For any pair of activities (i,j) [member of] S, variables [y.sub.i,j] [member of] {0,1} and [z.sub.i,j] [member of] {0,1}, defined for [for all] (i,j) [member of] SR and [for all] (i,j) [member of] SC respectively, have been introduced to model "weakened" or "unweakened" character of relations between activities.
This allowed the 9th Armored Division to arrive at the bridge rapidly with few casualties, and German resistance at the bridge soon found it was not strong enough to withstand this unweakened American force.
The delicious memories, the unweakened sense of arbitrary power to take and to withhold, the expansive portents of nature, even though ironically misconstrued--all are his.
The zone of weakening is bordered within the film layer on both sides by unweakened material in a direction across the direction of action of the tensile forces.
So they can pass through and leave the aqueous organism largely unweakened. The energies of the photons of these waves amount to only a few hundredths of an electron volt, so that they can hardly be detected with present-day physical methods.