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1Without a weight attached.
- ‘Following the deep-strength caveat of careful progression, begin with unweighted, standard squats.’
- ‘The plastic anti-ice plate produces a 90-degree corner that snugs tightly against the edges of the sole, letting you initiate accurate turns on hardpack while preventing the unweighted ski from deflecting in crud.’
- ‘His shoulders gave out after seven reps on the military press - with an unweighted bar.’
- ‘One or more ascenders hold the cavers weight while the unweighted ascender is moved up the rope.’
- ‘Move gradually to an unweighted barbell in weeks two and three, and a weighted bar by week four.’
(of a figure or sample) not adjusted or biased to reflect importance or value.
- ‘The aggregation of output was both distance weighted and unweighted, although the former was shown to be more realistic and is used to develop the results presented below.’
- ‘In the following tables all statistical estimates are weighted, whereas the unweighted frequencies are reported.’
- ‘Specifically, depending on our benchmark and whether we look at unweighted or weighted alpha, the monthly shortfall ranges from 5.6 to 16.3 basis points.’
- ‘Weighted and unweighted data are available from the authors on request.’
- ‘The importance value used for each species of tree was the unweighted average of the percent of relative density and the percent of relative basal area.’
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