unlaid

un·laid

 (ŭn-lād′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of unlay.
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Both culls and native pinipikans have unlaid chicken eggs that come with the beat up fowl and make excellent adobo.
But such was the turn-out of competitors that a mere 20 metres remained unlaid - a headache for Emrys as he looks to future matches.
Sigmund Freud said that: "A thing that has not been understood inevitably reappears; like an unlaid ghost it cannot rest until the mystery has been solved and the spell broken.
We banded 12 adult females, 11 of which had brood patches (one of these contained an unlaid egg in her lower abdominal region when banded).
When hair is in a protective style, such as braids and twists, there are many hair challenges women face, including itchiness, dry scalp, flakiness, unlaid edges and overall scalp discomfort.
She roamed about the empty house with her footsteps tracked by an unlaid ghost.
Stacks of granite sets remain unlaid, vegetation sprouts from the dock walls and quayside.
I understood what he meant: among some of the most spectacular architecture in the world, pedestrians can find themselves clambering around piles of unlaid paving slabs, using marked road crossings that lead onto rubble or tripping across desert scrubland to reach 21st Century buildings.
Sometimes she found a rare treat of unlaid or immature eggs when gutting the birds.
In relation to new buildings, again assessment and so liability can prima facie be frustrated by not completing the property - the floor could be left unlaid or key elements omitted.
They unlaid the hatches, cut the chests, and shoved the tea all overboard, where it was damaged and lost.
I pointed to rows of empty, unlaid tables, but the explanation was that there was no staff and no tote messenger.