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Meanings and phrases
- (used especially of commodities) being unprocessed or manufactured using only simple or minimal processes; natural; rude
- having the surface exposed and painful
- not processed or subjected to analysis; crude
- devoid of elaboration or diminution or concealment; bare and pure; naked
- not treated with heat to prepare it for eating
- not processed or refined
- brutally unfair or harsh
- (used informally) completely unclothed; bare-assed; bare-ass; in the altogether; in the buff; in the raw; peeled; naked as a jaybird; stark naked
- unpleasantly cold and damp; bleak; cutting
- untempered and unrefined
- used of wood and furniture; unsanded
- lacking training or experience; new
- hurting; sensitive; sore; tender
- informal terms for nakedness; altogether; birthday suit
- the act of creating something that is different from the materials that went into it
- (used informally) completely unclothed; bare-assed; bare-ass; in the altogether; in the buff; raw; peeled; naked as a jaybird; stark naked
- beauty that is stark and powerfully impressive
- unanalyzed data; data not yet subjected to analysis
- DMPs first begin by gathering raw data.
- In the context of examinations, the raw data might be described as a raw score.
- Diagonalization typically involves either raw data, percentages, means or residuals.
- unfair treatment
- material suitable for manufacture or use or finishing; staple
- To start with, the raw material must be obtained.
- All this accounts for a high raw material cost.
- Major raw material for PSA's are acrylate-based polymers.
- uncooked meat
- Many of them ate nothing except raw meat.
- Warriors typically eat raw meat and have very limited intellect.
- As its name suggests, it looks remarkably similar to a slab of raw meat.
- unpasteurized milk
- Cultures come from raw milk, i.e.
- According to the Food and Drug Administration of the United States, health benefits claimed by raw milk advocates do not exist.
- "There is no scientific evidence that raw milk contains an anti-arthritis factor or that it enhances resistance to other diseases."
- an inexperienced and untrained recruit
- a medium to dark tan color; yellowish brown; buff; caramel; caramel brown
- a yellowish-brown pigment made from untreated sienna
- powerfully impressive talent
- inflammation of the fauces and pharynx; sore throat; pharyngitis
- greenish brown pigment
- an uncooked vegetable; rabbit food
- unpleasantly cold and damp weather
- wood that is not finished or painted
- wool in its natural condition; not refined or processed
- a wound that exposes subcutaneous tissue
- Metal ores are more usual than other raw materials.
- The German soil is relatively poor in raw materials.
- The country lacked raw materials, infrastructure and capital.
- The basal leaves can be eaten raw or cooked.
- They may also be eaten raw, mixed into a salad or as a garnish.
- The fruit is eaten raw or cooked.
- Each camp had open ditches that held raw sewage and medical waste .
- On June 29, 1976, Riis Park was closed due to raw sewage in the water.
- Some of the highest-profile complaints related to raw sewage spreading through buildings.
- They supplied raw cotton to Britain, which supported free trade.
- By the 1850s, Brazil provided about a third of the raw cotton for British factories.
- In 1861 the American Civil War suddenly cut off the supplies of raw cotton and the industry never recovered.