undernamed

undernamed

(ˌʌndəˈneɪmd)
adj
noted below
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IN THE ESTATE OF MR STANLEY PRATT NOTICE PURSUANT TO SECTION 27 TRUSTEE ACT 1925 Any person having a claim against or an interest in the estate of STANLEY PRATT who died on 02/08/2014 is required to send particulars thereof to the undernamed firm no later than 2 calender months from the date of publication of this Notice after which date the firm will proceed to distribute the monies having regard only to valid claims and interests of which it has had notice and will not, as regards the property so distributed, be liable to any person of whose claim he shall not then have had notice.
Taken from his third album, the not undernamed The Legend Of Kung Folk Part 1 (The Killing Bite) as he puts a soul element into folk and makes it absolutely crystal clear that she has, indeed, long gone.
Newcastle [Delaware], 13 June 1773 We the undernamed persons, who came passengers in the ship, Peggy, Charles McKenzie, Master, from Belfast to Philadelphia, think it our duty to advise our friends and the publick, that we had a passage of seven weeks and that in honour to our said commander, he behaved to us during the whole voyage with the utmost kindness, and contributed every thing to make us happy; that we had sufficient room, and allowed us provisions of the best kind in plenty, with a liberty in every part of his ship (not often tolerated by seamen) and that his humanity to the sick can never be forgot.