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undetectable

(ŭn″di-tek′tă-bĕl)
Not found with contemporary laboratory testing; unmeasurable. The term applies to chemicals, contaminants, pathogens, or toxins in samples of air, blood, other fluids, or tissues.
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Another dealer, as a joke, said that mother could reattach crystals better than anyone, absolutely undetectably.
An example in which a biresolutional display would be expected to be just barely undetectably blurred is shown in Figure 2B.
On it is superimposed a two-dimensional plane which disappears and reappears, undetectably closer to Moscow.
Elstad creates a risk that such police conduct will occur, but the risk is less than the risk of an undetectably coerced confession in the pre-Miranda regime, or so the Court thought.
This can be done easily, routinely, automatically, and undetectably on a grand scale.
1] implies that the concentrations of zooxanthellae repopulating bleached hosts could be almost undetectably low, yet still be sufficient for the bleached host to recover.
Thus, undetectably rare long-distance dispersal events can completely determine the wave speed of an invading species.
The idea is that the effects of most explanatory variables are undetectably small for the vast majority of dyads, but they are large, stable, and replicable when the ex ante probability of conflict is large.
The narrative delivers a spatialized world of audio and visual projection, holographic, and undetectably simulated so that Case and the reader have difficulty discriminating one virtual reality from another.
In European mountains, atmospheric pollution means levels of nitrogenous compounds are high and continuously increasing, whereas in the Andes, they are almost undetectably low, and so nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria are very important, and their nitrogen fixation has been thoroughly studied in Lake Titicaca.
6), and multiple souls undetectably animating a single person (2.