unacted

unacted

(ʌnˈæktɪd)
adj
1. not carried out or executed
2. (Theatre) not dramatized or acted on stage
3. (Film) not dramatized or acted on stage
4. not acted upon or formed
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Before the TRAIN, taxpayers have the following remedies: In case of (a) a full or partial denial by the BIR of the claim, or (b) the BIR's failure to act on the claim within 120 days, the taxpayer may file a judicial claim via an appeal with the Court of Tax Appeal (CTA) of the BIR decision or unacted claim within 30 days (a) from receipt of the decision; or (b) after the expiration of the 120-day period.
Indeed, the petitioners have presented evidence/documents showing that there are currently numerous matters that require action by the Commission but are unacted upon in view of their suspension," the appellate court said.
It has been a year since I last wrote a letter to Facebook expressing my concern over the continued proliferation of fake news that has been populating our social media, notably on Facebook, but the letter remained unanswered and unacted,' she said in a statement.
Here it was, on the fourteenth page: Sooner murder an infant in its cradle than nurse unacted desires.
In part because art was to be instrumental and accelerate the transformation the state pursued, much of Soviet unacted film sought to document industrialization.
By reminding his interlocutors of his dangerous scheme, Caliban draws attention to the fact that the particular narrative unfolding on the plot of this island-stage was made possible by the erasure of many other unacted plots.
Love letters from 10-year-olds, his use of the phrase 'rape game' and conversations about sexual fantasies with colleagues would be enough to raise more than an eyebrow in most workplaces, but for it to go unacted upon in the police force is extremely distressing.
He advocates sexual freedom and believes, as Blake writes in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, "sooner murder an infant in its cradle than nurse unacted desires" (69).
There does not appear to be any "rational, predictable, or fair" explanation for which nominees will reach a substantive decision by the Senate and which will go unacted upon.
This paper will argue that shifting her imaginative centre and enjoying her unacted parts, Gee portrays in My Cleaner and My Driver the possible ways of understanding and reducing age-old racial antagonisms.
11) It is perhaps interesting to note that Robert Buchanan described Moore as a 'haunter of the stage door and a hawker of unconsidered trifles in the shape of unacted dramas' and believed Moore's actual reason for his diatribe on dramatists was rooted in jealousy after his own works were refused for performance and his offers of collaboration rejected.
His findings remain unacted upon and possibly unread.