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Is compensation immediate, or is there a time window in which uncompensated movement is detected?
Delaval Stork stated this flow should be uncompensated, representing the actual volume flow for compressor anti-surge control.
And what's more most of them have gone uncompensated, which sadly, is even a greater tragedy.
Apart from these changes effectively doing away with my livelihood my fear is that workers genuinely injured are going to be uncompensated.
The volunteers were uncompensated and subject to immediate dismissal for any reason whatsoever.
The Lords of Karma with their faithful diligence and sense of direction neither leave any good action uncompensated nor any bad action unatoned.
Local Board Members are uncompensated volunteers who play an important community role closely connected with our Nation's defense.
And state governments are even less keen to settle with uncompensated victims of their discriminatory practices.
Thus, dealers do not own the money but are acting as an uncompensated collection agent for the federal government.
The principal benefit is that we dispense with any assumptions regarding the size or distribution of the uncompensated pseudorange errors.
The uncompensated conductivities that were determined at these temperatures are used to specify the linear temperature coefficient.
According to the Los Angeles Times, many of the homeless were left stranded and uncompensated after he left.
If that was not the case, the law would be seriously deficient in leaving uncompensated a person whose replacement job was of short, possibly very short duration.
We can see no reason why the comparable Senate position should go uncompensated.
Copyright owners are going uncompensated, mainstream companies can't jump in and innovate for fear of facilitating piracy, and consumers end up confused.
An officer can order them to provide a month of backbreaking, uncompensated labour for the local battalion.
Savings from a drop in uncompensated care might even save some states money.
That figure does not include money paid out by insurance companies or other uncompensated damages.
You might imagine that the Democrats would be keen to change a system that leaves so many poor people uninsured, overcharged and uncompensated.
We have seen the largest uncompensated transfers of salmon here in the Fraser River.
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Examples from Classical Literature
Differentiate as soon as possible between the uncompensated heart caused by valvular disease and that caused by arteriosclerosis.
In the heart in consequence of uncompensated valvular and other diseases of the heart.
The slightest inequality must have set on foot a series of uncompensated changes.
Hence, when an employee over-steps this boundary he has fixed in his own mind, he has the sense of uncompensated labor.
No feeling so rankles in the mind as the sense of uncompensated labor.
German industry would not sponsor an exhibition which highlighted its exploitation of slave labour, until now unacknowledged or uncompensated.
He did not believe in imposing an uncompensated burden upon any man.
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