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uncut

1. mod. unedited; not shortened by editing. The uncut version is too long.
2. mod. not circumcised. My brother and I are both uncut.
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The result is a low-maintenance, nearly unclimbable, uncuttable barrier with superior durability.
For example, says VX: an advanced limiting function eliminates problems in components with steep walls or where a part needs to be progressively milled with a variety of tools; and Version 6 automatically detects silhouettes, flat shallows, rest place detection, uncut and uncuttable material, and clamp and holder collision.
Oppen: "The 'part' becomes multiple, it scatters - a part, the uncuttable, would disclose - everything" (my emphasis; Conjunctions 10 [1987], 204).
The shavers, which are non-functional demos, are attached to the system with a retractable cord that is virtually uncuttable, Brown said.
But as it has turned out, payroll tax financing of Social Security--and the illusion of an insurance program that it has helped sustain-has made Social Security uncuttable and virtually uncontrollable for most of its history.
So you see it is all a question of CS really - without your knife you would have lame and unfed sheep, unskinned rabbits, uncuttable beef, unstirred coffee and unopened wine.