Revert "[platform] Fix Utils::IsAbsoluteUint and rename to MagnitudeIsUint."

This reverts commit 2ea5507fc380bb1bc5b1375e446b84f55aa89538.

Reason for revert: Broke vm-kernel-precomp-linux-debug-simarm_x64

Original change's description:
> [platform] Fix Utils::IsAbsoluteUint and rename to MagnitudeIsUint.
> Also remove previous (incorrect) uses in and
>, now that Utils::IsInt<T>(N, value) can now
> be run for values of N >= sizeof(T).
> Fixes
> TEST=language/generic/super_bounded_types_test passes on NNBD simarm,
>      added value that triggered failure to vm/cc/MagnitudeIsUint
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> Change-Id: Ibc2d2bb5037a8fdee11fc26fa2a313149d3ca274
> Reviewed-on:
> Commit-Queue: Tess Strickland <>
> Reviewed-by: Daco Harkes <>,,

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