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  Unconscious



Unconscious

    That part of the mind or mental functioning of which the content is only rarely subject to awareness. It is a repository for data that have never been conscious (primary repression) or that may have been conscious and are later repressed (secondary repression).

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Conscious
Mentally awake and aware. Knowing what one is doing and why.



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Ulcerated
Having a local defect or excavation of the epithelium of an organ or tissue through the basement membrane.

Umbilicated
Marked by depressed spots resembling the umbilicus.

Umbilicus
The scar marking the site of entry of the umbilical cord into the fetus. It is inconspicuous in most domestic species.

Unilateral
Affecting only one side.

Uria
Urine.

Unconscious

Undoing
A mental mechanism consisting of behavior that symbolically atones for, makes amends for, or reverses previous thoughts, feelings, or actions.

Urophilia
One of the paraphilias, characterized by marked distress over, or acting on, sexual urges that involve urine.

Ultraertia
In erotic/sexual usage ultraertia is an excess of either intensity or multiplicity of responsiveness or arousal at the proceptive phase. It may or may not continue into the acceptive phase. It is experienced subjectively as strength, urgency, or incessancy of desire or drive. Manifested as girl-watching, it is an obligatory component of the macho stereotype.

Untypic
As applied to sexual dimorphism of the genitalia, brain, or behavior, differentiation of homologous female and male forms from the same original beginnings or anlagen, as in the case of the clitoris and penis, each of which differentiates from the primitive genital tubercle.

Univariate
Accounted for or explained as having been determined, produced, or caused by only one variable.

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