uncomplemented

un·com·ple·ment·ed

(ŭn-kom'plĕ-ment'ĕd),
Not united with complement and therefore inactive.

uncomplemented

An obsolete adjective referring to antigens that are not linked to a complement and thus by definition are inactive.

uncomplemented

(ŭn-kŏm′plē-mĕnt″ĕd)
Not joined or associated with complement and thus inactive.
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in accordance with b of part 3 (chapter vi of the cctp), the candidate may also propose for each of the targeted plants a method (one and only method) of uncomplemented complementary control or which requires additional testing following tests organized on the basis of other territories and / or by other partners.
We show that there exist sequences ([L.sub.n] | n [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] k) of right, left, and two-sided regular ideals, where [L.sub.n] has quotient complexity (state complexity) n, such that [L.sub.n] is most complex in its class under the following measures of complexity: the size of the syntactic semigroup, the quotient complexities of the left quotients of [L.sub.n], the number of atoms (intersections of complemented and uncomplemented left quotients), the quotient complexities of the atoms, and the quotient complexities of reversal, star, product (concatenation), and all binary boolean operations.
Namely, the languages [U.sub.n] meet the upper bounds for the size of the syntactic semigroup, the quotient complexities of left quotients, the number of atoms (intersections of complemented and uncomplemented left quotients), the quotient complexities of the atoms, and the quotient complexities of the following operations: reversal, star, product (concatenation), and all binary boolean operations.
We use both v ([logical not]v) and v = 1 (v = 0)to express the same meaning, that is, a variable in its uncomplemented or complemented form.
They are thus less highly differentiated in sense than nouns, and they are necessarily complemented --despite what seems to be the case in such representations as (11), with uncomplemented {N}s.
Firstly, there is a continuum between the complemented and uncomplemented uses of the verb.
Also, as shown in [19], if G is an infinite locally compact group and X is any closed subspace of Wap(G) containing [C.sub.0](G), then X is uncomplemented in [L.sup.[infinity]](G).
Sloan, "Second Man Missing: Lawrence Halprin and Associates' 1970s Heritage Plaza in Fort Worth remains uncomplemented and undermaintained," Landscape Architecture 93/4 (April 2003): 82-89.
Beginning with either term and striking out the variable that appears complemented in one and uncomplemented in the other, then deduce a combined term.