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uncased

Said of an arch, doorway, or other opening that has no frame around it. Uncased openings are especially found in Spanish Eclectic architecture and its derivatives.
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Discharge rates, however, were carefully constrained in order to avoid well dewatering below the base of the steel-casing, allowing measurements within the whole uncased section of the wellbores.
Although the rifle was designed to fold up and be easily transported, the weight of the platform is not fun to lug around uncased in the field.
Water pressure tests were carried out at a specific depth in boreholes in uncased section.
CAPCOM employs the same basic mathematical input parameters used in existing models of CP systems for uncased pipelines (such as coating quality, pipeline material, anode output, and the electrical current flowing through the soil and the electrolyte).
I unpacked my gear and uncased my Remington 760, asking him where I should stick the gun.
ROI Marketing will represent DHT in PA, DE, MD, DC, VA and WV for the Techtanium, Indirect Water Heaters, Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers, Tankless Coils, E-ZEE Flow Pool Heaters, HVAC Coils (cased, uncased and custom) product lines.
I stopped the engine, stood on the back seat and began poling while she uncased and loaded her Remington 11-87.
I changed into my stalking gear, uncased my bow, and set off to the south with Alikamik and Notaina.
Contra-rotating open rotor engines, which feature uncased blades positioned on two stages that rotate in opposite directions, are of interest to the aerospace sector as they promise increased propulsive efficiency relative to the turbofan.
Hassan Sohbrian Road, Rehabilitation of distribution system of Municipal Committee Area Abbottabad, Clean Drinking Water for All (CDWA), Re-organization of SDU (time extension granted for six months till December 2014) and Provision for contractor's decrial accrued liabilities and uncased cheques.
When a wet, muddy retriever walks across our unloaded, uncased gun bouncing in the bottom of the boat, we just shrug it off.
The Blackest Weeds of Dayly Infirmities of the Truly Godly, eclipsing saving grace, And the Reigning Sinnes of the Unregenerate that pretend unto that Godlinesse they never had (London, 1658); Thomas Adams, The White Devil, or The Hypocrite Uncased in a Sermon Preached at Pauls Crosse (London, 1613); and Thomas Cooper, The Estates of the Hypocrite and Syncere Christian, Containing, Certaine liuely differences, betweene Synceritie and Hypocrisie; Very necessarie, For the Tryall of our Estates in Grace (London, 1613).