unearmarked

unearmarked

(ʌnˈɪəˌmɑːkt)
adj
not earmarked; not set aside or marked for a particular purpose
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For nearly a decade, Sweden has been the largest donor of flexible or unearmarked funds to WFP.
Buckley had upheld the overall ceilings as "preventing] evasion of the $1,000 [individual] contribution limitation by a person who might otherwise contribute massive amounts of money to a particular candidate through the use of unearmarked contributions to political committees likely to contribute to that candidate, or huge contributions to the candidate's political party.
The Dutch are the top donor of unearmarked assistance to UN humanitarian programs.
Suppose the Secretary of Homeland Security, who has unearmarked funds in his budget, decided to build a mosque and pay an Imam a salary to preach in it because the Secretary believed that federal financial assistance to Islam would reduce the likelihood of Islamist terrorism in the United States .
The Administration has $242 million to fund remaining unearmarked countries, for which they requested $318 million.
Although only the ATNs and royalty payments are formally unearmarked (i.
Sharing is more likely when there is unearmarked, centralized money than when agencies are asked to fund sharing out of their own budgets.
The balance therefore is shifting in a direction which makes unearmarked contributions to generalized programmes and to holistic programmes difficult to maintain at former levels.
In recognition of the importance of financing humanitarian assistance activities, the State of Qatar had supported and cooperated with United Nations agencies in its humanitarian efforts, he said, adding that the State of Qatar had recently pledged $ 40 million as an unearmarked amount over a period of several years to the core resources of the Office of the United Nations to become the largest donor to the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
The majority of the council's reserves are already earmarked for specific liabilities and our unearmarked general reserve of PS10m is insufficient to be used in any way to avoid permanent savings.
The Administration has $242 million to fund unearmarked countries, for which it requested $318 million.
Reforms of LOFCA in 1986 and 1992 loosened these constraints by increasing the percentage of unearmarked transfers and expanding the devolution of revenue-raising.