unweighing

unweighing

(ʌnˈweɪɪŋ)
adj
obsolete not weighing or considering; thoughtless
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Angry at Vincentio for having mysteriously disappeared and deputized in his stead priggish Angelo, Lucio claims that the Duke is a secret sexual degenerate, concluding that he is a "very superficial, ignorant, unweighing fellow" (3.1.340-81, esp.
The purpose of this study was to study an unweighing effect of anti-gravity treadmill on balance during an early phase of knee post-operative recovery.
It is shown that unweighing during walking and running may reduce muscle activities measured by EMG and change muscle activation pattern (12-14).
The above process was repeated until the participant reached 0% unweighing at which point the speed increased by 0.2 mph each session.
Footnotes: (a) Enraf, Curapuls 419, The Netherlands, (b) Chattanooga, Triton T-700, (c) Biodex Unweighing System, Biodex Co., Shirley, New York.
Biodex Medical Systems introduces the Unweighing System to offload patient weight and reduce stress on weight-bearing joints.
With a treadmill set at low speed, the Unweighing System design allows the therapist to assist by positioning the patient's feet and controlling the weight shift.
The Duke protests, "I never heard the absent Duke much detected for women, he was not inclin'd that way," and Lucio corrects him, "O, sir, you are deceiv'd" (121-23), and goes on to allege further improprieties, like drunkenness, in the "very superficial, ignorant, unweighing fellow" (139-40) who used to rule Vienna.