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unratified

(ʌnˈrætɪˌfaɪd)
adj
(Law) (of an amendment, law, etc) not having legal authorization or authority
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unratified - lacking legal authorityunratified - lacking legal authority; "the unratified Equal Right Amendment"
illegal - prohibited by law or by official or accepted rules; "an illegal chess move"
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unratified

adj (Pol) treaty etcnicht ratifiziert
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63 seconds twice but knows he will need to improve to challenge Christian Coleman next month, the American clocking an as-yet unratified world record of 6.
For example, governments readily sign conventions and international agreements, but these may be weakly implemented, and other important international instruments and multilateral environmental agreements often remain unratified, under-resourced, or both (WHO/UNEP 2015).
State Department asked all of the warring countries to abide by the unratified 1909 Declaration of London (which concerned itself with the rules of naval warfare).
This style of political discourse is not surprising in the era of the unratified ruling regime of the National Congress Party (NCP).
And while Iraqi Kurdistan has a draft constitution endorsed by parliament but as yet unratified, Barzani has ignored this also, refusing to step down from his presidency at the end of his second term, which itself had already been extended.
Since the introduction of the euro, all attempts to enhance the competitiveness of the eurozone (the Lisbon Strategy of 2000 and its successor, Europe 2020 of 2010) and to develop a policy framework (the Treaty of Lisbon in 2009, replacing the unratified Treaty Establishing a European Constitution of 2004) have failed.
The bird remains unidentified, or, rather, its correct identification by Ronny (it is almost certainly a bee-eater) goes unratified, demonstrating both the capacity of the animal other to elude the imperial knowledge regime, and of that regime's failure to know even when it is right: the episode concludes with the stamp of a double not-all.
Additionally, the other boundaries between Lebanon's EEZ and those of Cyprus and Syria remain unratified.
The seminar aims at enhancing the capabilities of legal practitioners at the Ministry on international labour standards, how to use them, how to deal with reports, the ratified and unratified conventions, the methods used by the advanced countries in dealing with international standards, the challenges for ratifying International labour agreements, how to overcome such challenges and the legal drafting of the articles of the law
The Reagan Administration's review concluded that the agreement was "fatally flawed" but provisionally decided to abide by the unratified treaty.
The draft NDAA for Fiscal Year 2016, an early and unratified version of the final legislation, was amended by the Congress to include a clause (Section 1223) that named the Peshmerga as one of a number of security forces collectively entitled to "not less than 25 percent" of the annual $715m of the US support.
YOUR chances of coming across a quack or unratified medical practitioner in the Capital have gone up significantly.