nonreceipt

nonreceipt

(ˌnɒnrɪˈsiːt)
n
(Commerce) formal failure to receive something
References in classic literature ?
Finally one cannot impute the nonreceipt of our dispatch of November 18.
The major reason for nonreceipt [of Tdap and menACWY] was lack of a health care provider recommendation," they said.
Delay or nonreceipt of needed medical care, nonreceipt of needed prescription drugs, or nonreceipt of needed dental care during the past 12 months due to cost, by selected characteristics: United States, selected years 1997-2012.
5% of Hispanics described delay in or nonreceipt of medical care because of cost (11).
Data from the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS **) for the period 2009-2013 were used to analyze self-reported disease prevalence for cancer and heart disease, delay and/or nonreceipt of needed health services because of cost, and current cigarette smoking.
Separate indicators were created for access to medical care and access to prescription medications such that an affirmative response to either question about delay or nonreceipt of care indicated poor access.
race, language status, gender, and SES as operationalized by receipt or nonreceipt of free or reduced-price lunch--as well as the intersections of those latter categories with race.
Finally, Tandon asked him to get in writing from the parent company regarding nonreceipt of dividends or bonuses.
It covers nonreceipt of goods or services, lost items, wrong goods being sent and if you are an innocent victim of fraud.
sleeping in the supply room, not being permitted to wear a uniform, and nonreceipt of pay).
He added that his organization was meant to offer assistance to stranded Keralites whose complaints range from nonreceipt of salaries and nonprovision of accommodation to the problem of repatriating the bodies of workers.
Considering both nonreceipt of benefits since the last job and nonreceipt during the past week, the explanations given were straightforward and presented no major surprises.