unentitled


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unentitled

(ˌʌnɪnˈtaɪtəld)
adj
not being entitled; not having a right
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Adj.1.unentitled - having no right or entitlement; "a distinction to which he was unentitled"
ineligible - not eligible; "ineligible to vote"; "ineligible for retirement benefits"
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Essential capabilities in DgSecure include the industry-first ability to detect sensitive data regardless of its data type or location, define its relationship to other data, prevent unentitled access and provide monitoring for complete data privacy assurance.
The First Capital Principals have worked in various functions including but not limited to, acquisition of raw unentitled land, entitlement completion and map approvals, bond financing, infrastructure build-out, vertical construction, real estate asset rehabilitation, and asset lease-up to stabilization.
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1989) (standard for determining whether an injunction was wrongfully issued is simply whether the petitioning party was unentitled to injunctive relief); Aviation Investments, Inc.
Effective exclusion of external unentitled parties from becoming extractors
Westminster insists Scotland after a Yes vote would be a completely new country, so unentitled to any of the shared assets of the UK.
However, while the contribution of upper-class, aristocratic women to the revolution was often described in great detail, and indeed acclaimed, the involvement of poorer, unentitled women has frequently been forgotten.
He has specialized in the brokerage of entitled and unentitled development opportunities, condominium conversions, office, retail and portfolio sales.
This has caused us to change tactics in markets where new development remains attractive by focusing more on value creation opportunities, primarily from optioned, unentitled land.
Greece has halted welfare or pension payments to 200,000 people either because they are unentitled to the money - or because they are dead, a Labour Ministry official said on Wednesday.