unascertained


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unascertained

(ʌnˌæsəˈteɪnd)
adj
not made certain or known; unidentified
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At the opening of an inquest in Ruthin John Gittins, coroner for North Wales East and Central, said the cause of death had been unascertained but as one could not assume that it was a natural death an inquest would have to be held.
But senior coroner Louise Hunt told the parents: "All I can do is record a cause of death as unascertained and give an open conclusion as to how she died.
Abdul Qadir Siddiqui told Pajhwok Afghan News that a civilian was also injured when a bullet hit a mosque, but the firing location was unascertained.
Heavy shooting was also reported to have followed the volley of rockets, however who were the shooters and who they were firing at is yet unascertained.
A post-mortem examination was conducted but the cause of death was unascertained, and a verdict of natural causes was recorded at an inquest.
Meanwhile, a gunny-bagged body was found in Nazimabad whose identity is unascertained yet.
We hope this cooperation continues; we still have 370 people the fate of whom is still unascertained.
7 billion lira in October 2010, according to unascertained temporary data provided by BDDK last week.
One pathologist concluded it was due to exertional sudden death in association with sickle cell trait, another had said it was caused by partial asphyxia due to restraint by police, while the third had said it was unascertained with a number of contributing factors.
A]n estate will be considered terminated when all of the assets have been distributed except for a reasonable amount which is set aside in good faith for the payment of unascertained or contingent liabilities and expenses .
He returned an open conclusion and recorded the cause of death as unascertained.