unweathered


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unweathered

(ʌnˈwɛðəd)
adj
1. not weathered; not changed by exposure to the weather
2. not changed through time, use, or exposure; as new
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Adj.1.unweathered - not worn by exposure to the weather; "chemical weathering was beginning to attack the unweathered bedrock"
new - unaffected by use or exposure; "it looks like new"
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Its roof was of black slate, with bright unweathered ridge-tiling; its walls were of blood-coloured brick, cornered and banded with vermiculated stucco work, and there was cobalt, magenta, and purest apple-green window-glass on either side of the front door.
About 50 kg of fresh unweathered oil shale was collected from El-Lajjun area in central Jordan.
In unweathered condition bluish-black or brownish-yellow, hard cherts; leached, porous parts with lighter colours, ranging from lavender-blue to bluish-white.
Edge-matched, unweathered quartersawn composite decking boards bonded with PRF adhesive and solid quartersawn lumber decking board samples were tested for modulus of elasticity (MOE) and modulus of rupture (MOR) in accordance with ASTM D103 7 (ASTM International 2012a) using a 51-cm (20-in.
For the quartz mica schist the average uniaxial compressive strength (UCS) is 54 MPa, the average RQD is 42%, joints spacing range from 200mm to less than 60mm, joints encountered are rough to slightly rough and, are unweathered, joint persistence range from less than 1m to 10m, and joint apertures range from 0.
All this exists alongside uncanny evidence of the space's previous function, for example the squat stairways (presumably once providing access to former mechanical rooms) that rise nonsensically along several walls, the apertures to which they once led now filled in but still clearly legible as rectangular patches of lighter gray, unweathered concrete.
It contains light colored sand and considerable amount of unweathered igneous minerals notably fledspar (Colbert, 1935).
In past investigations, serial dilutions of petroleum samples usually show only single maxima owing to the great many PAH fluorophores that occur in unweathered samples.
With vertical thickness of about 21% of the entire zone II, this slightly weathered dark gray unit comprises distinct relict discontinuity planes and unweathered core-boulders which are very prominent.
This evaluation may be achieved by comparing the mulch to be tested with an unweathered sample.
The joints are completely unweathered; then JCS will be equal to the unconfined compression strength of the unweathered rock [[sigma].
Chandler [3] estimated typical index properties of four weathering stages of Keupler marl and found little difference between the index properties of marls from the unweathered zone I and the partially weathered zones II and III.