unreduced

ADJECTIVE
  1. not altered by reduction
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How To Use unreduced In A Sentence

  • The defendant received a lump sum of approximately $39,000 (which he rolled into an RRSP) and an unreduced pension.
  • However, when employees reach full retirement age, they can work and receive unreduced social security retirement benefits no matter how much they earn.
  • Depending on the scheme's rules, benefits can be paid either on an unreduced or an enhanced basis.
  • Regular federal employees typically have to wait until they are 55 and have 30 years of service to collect an unreduced pension before the age of 62.
  • They made an order under 21E (3) (b) and thereby fixed the unreduced sentence for the offence under the Customs Act.
  • The unreduced palate has sweet malt biscuits, strawberries and black pepper and a touch of menthol, with a warming chocolaty finish.
  • The asexuality may be of any kind including apomixis (reproduction by unreduced egg cells).
  • Ben Jones and Amy Jing report on efforts to tackle "the last great unreduced health-care cost".
  • “In point of _direct_ sensibility, the chrysotype paper is certainly inferior to the calotype; but it is one of the most remarkable peculiarities of gold as a photographic ingredient, that _extremely feeble impressions once made by light go on afterwards, darkening spontaneously and very slowly, apparently without limit so long as the least vestige of unreduced chloride of gold remains in the paper_. Photographic Reproduction Processes
  • Jim Gee, director of Counter Fraud Services at PKF, calls health-care fraud "the last great unreduced health-care cost".
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