What is unchanged?

  • (adj): Not made or become different.
    Example: "The causes that produced them have remained unchanged"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on unchanged:

Moral Rights - In The Republic of China (Taiwan)
... Article 21 of the Copyright Act 1944 Article 21 of the Copyright Act 1948, unchanged from the 1944 Act (The effective jurisdiction of the Republic of China ...
2006 Chase For The NEXTEL Cup - Races - Checker Auto Parts 500 - Points Changes After Race
... Jimmie Johnson (unchanged) Matt Kenseth (unchanged) Kevin Harvick (+2) ยง Denny Hamlin (unchanged) Dale Earnhardt Jr. 2) Jeff Gordon (-1) Jeff Burton (unchanged) ~ Mark Martin (+1) ~ Kasey Kahne (+1) ~ Kyle Busch (-2) ~ ~ - Mathematically eliminated from Chase as of this ...
Childhood Absence Epilepsy - Pathophysiology
... Inactivation Excitability Prediction References V50 Tau V50 Tau F161L D1S2-3 Unchanged* Unchanged Depolarized Accelerated Unchanged Hypoexcitable ,, E282K D1S5-6 Hyperpolarized Unchanged Unchanged Unchanged ...
List Of District Health Authorities In England And Wales - Authorities in West Midlands Region - 1991 - 1996
... District Health Authority County Area Coventry West Midlands Coventry (unchanged) Dudley West Midlands Dudley (unchanged) Herefordshire Hereford and Worcester (unchanged) North ...
List Of District Health Authorities In England And Wales - Authorities in Northern Region - 1992 - 1994
... Health Authority County Area East Cumbria Cumbria Unchanged Gateshead Tyne and Wear Unchanged Hartlepool Cleveland Unchanged Newcastle Tyne and Wear Unchanged Northumberland Northumberland ...

More definitions of "unchanged":

  • (adj): Remaining in an original state.
    Synonyms: unaltered

Famous quotes containing the word unchanged:

    To get a man soundly saved it is not enough to put on him a pair of new breeches, to give him regular work, or even to give him a University education. These things are all outside a man, and if the inside remains unchanged you have wasted your labour. You must in some way or other graft upon the man’s nature a new nature, which has in it the element of the Divine.
    William Booth (1829–1912)