unadvertised


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un·ad·ver·tised

 (ŭn-ăd′vûr-tīzd′)
adj.
Not having been advertised to the public: an unadvertised sale.

unadvertised

(ˌʌnˈædvətaɪzd)
adj
not advertised or announced publicly
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According to the latest rumors, former WWE, UFC, TNA and NJPW champions are among the possible unadvertised wrestlers that could show up Sunday night in Philadelphia.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Norwegian defense officials were surprised to learn of one unadvertised feature in new F-35 fighter jets they have recently received from US company Lockheed Martin that the pricey plane relays sensitive data back to its US manufacturer.
Their home became an unadvertised inn for naturalists and nature photographers, who wanted to rough it and enjoy the sounds and silence of nature.
Tao Farm is one of the most unadvertised places in El Nido as it caters largely to foreign tourists.
Not so, what we sceptics decry is the fact that he was given an unadvertised well-paid job that could be done by someone who lives in the real world.
It was served with an unadvertised swoosh of claret-hued black pudding puree and a slice of crisped streaky bacon.
The training is a special unadvertised bonuses for everyone who orders her new book.
OPCC spokesman Richard Costello also insisted the DPCC also took no part in the appointment of Olivia as she was employed by former chief executive Jackie Courtney after being one of a number of candidates approached about the unadvertised position.
Buying a used car in the United States can be a dangerous proposition -- if the vehicle has an unadvertised safety defect.
So how are you supposed to find these unadvertised jobs?
The region's Police and Crime Panel, set up to oversee Mrs Kennedy's role, said the decision to give the unadvertised post to city Labour cabinet member Cllr Ann O'Byrne was concer ning.
In addition to posted jobs, there is a universe of hidden jobs, where employers fill thousands of unadvertised vacancies using the Bayt.