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  • 1 unrecompensed — index gratis, gratuitous (given without recompense), outstanding (unpaid), unpaid, unrequited Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …

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  • 2 unrecompensed — [spelling only] …

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  • 3 unrecompensed — adj. * * * …

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  • 4 unrecompensed — adjective Not recompensed; unrewarded …

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  • 5 unrecompensed — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Contributing one s time without pay: uncompensated, unpaid, unremunerated, unsalaried, voluntary. See PAY, WORK …

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  • 6 unrecompensed — adj. not compensated, not rewarded …

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  • 7 unrecompensed — un·recompensed …

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  • 8 unrecompensed — /ʌnˈrɛkəmpɛnst/ (say un rekuhmpenst) adjective not recompensed …

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  • 9 unrecompensed — adj. not recompensed …

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  • 10 Plymouth Colony — British colony 1620–1691 …

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  • 11 Soft inheritance — is the term coined by Ernst Mayr to include such ideas as Lamarckism. It contrasts with modern ideas of inheritance, which Mayr called hard inheritance. Since Mendel, modern genetics has held that the hereditary material is impervious to… …

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  • 12 Sir William Lawrence, 1st Baronet — FRCS FRS (July 16 1783–July 05 1867) was an English surgeon who became President of the Royal College of Surgeons of London and Serjeant Surgeon to the Queen. As a young man he published two books of his lectures which contained pre Darwinian… …

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  • 13 John Vaughan, 1st Earl of Carbery — (1574 or 1575 ndash; 6 May 1634) was a Welsh courtier and politician. He served Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex and later Prince Charles, heir to the throne of King James I. However, his career ended when the Prince acceded to the throne in… …

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  • 14 Calvin Coolidge: Inaugural Address — ▪ Primary Source       Wednesday, March 4, 1925       No one can contemplate current conditions without finding much that is satisfying and still more that is encouraging. Our own country is leading the world in the general readjustment to the… …

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  • 15 gratuitous — gra·tu·i·tous /grə tü ə təs, tyü / adj: not involving a return benefit, compensation, or consideration compare onerous gra·tu·i·tous·ly adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 16 gratis — I adjective as a favor, complimentary, costless, expenseless, for nothing, free, free of charge, free of cost, free of expense, gratiis, gratuito, unbought, unpaid for, unrecompensed, voluntary, without charge, without consideration, without… …

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  • 17 outstanding — out·stand·ing adj 1: not paid had several outstanding debts 2: publicly issued and sold a million shares outstanding Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 18 unpaid — I adjective due, free, given, gratis, gratuitous, in arrears, outstanding, owing, payable, uncollected, uncompensated, undischarged, unrecompensed, unremunerated, unrequited, unrewarded, unsalaried, unsettled, volunteer II index delinquent… …

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  • 19 unrequited — I adjective thankless, unacknowledged, unanswered, uncompensated, unrecompensed, unremunerated, unrepaid, unreturned, unrewarded II index outstanding (unpaid), unpaid Burton s Legal Thesauru …

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  • 20 unpaid — Synonyms and related words: back, due, freewill, gratuitous, honorary, in arrear, in arrears, mature, outstanding, overdue, owed, owing, payable, receivable, redeemable, uncompensated, unrecompensed, unremunerated, unrequited, unrewarded,… …

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