unentered

unentered

(ʌnˈɛntəd)
adj
1. not having been entered previously
2. (Hunting) (of hounds) not having been put into a pack yet
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Lastly, auditors should consider whether the client has an unentered invoice file that needs to be examined for possible underaccruals.
Weaned cattle: - A great quality entry of 228 unentered cattle throughout the sale with trade much dearer on the week seeing cattle sold to the vendors advantage.
Not to mention, a happy little miss means your makeup stays intact, your room remains unentered and your journal is safe and sound.
Faulkner takes Christmas into realms heretofore unseen and unentered.
Left: The as yet unentered Droopys Lampard (t4) leads Fear Star into the home straight in their workout before racing, clocking 27.
26) This was taken to mean that although all "droplets" (containing polymer) became particles, some fraction, inversely dependent on the initiator concentration, remained unentered by a free radical during the subsequent polymerization until sufficient free radicals were produced to effect entry of all droplets.
Flow and chemical analysis of Thunder River Toronto Springs groundwater points to extensive, unentered portions of cave.
A surprising number of thinned stands suffered comparatively greater tree mortality and soil damage than the adjacent, unentered forest - typically stands with sparser, moister understories and lighter burns.
The plurality then noted that there was no error in allowing the prosecutor to use the as-yet unentered Domino's conviction in support of his future dangerousness argument because Virginia law allows the introduction of "unadjudicated prior bad acts" to demonstrate future dangerousness.
So I wanted to leave the place unentered, even if it had a steeple higher than any church in the world, leave it, pass it ever by, rather than see it once, then never to enter it again - with all the countless unseen episodes to remain a mystery and like my mother flown forever.
In very rare cases today, but, more frequently we jope, in future years, these will turn out to be genuine little discoveries of useful but hitherto unentered knowledge.