unreceived

unreceived

(ˌʌnrɪˈsiːvd)
adj
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) (of the Eucharist) not taken or received
2. not received or not yet possessing
3. not accepted or adopted
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When an unreceived salary was declared as an asset before the disqualification of Nawaz Sharif?
I can text every tenant in a property within 30 seconds, which helps avoid some of the problems we all encounter with not communicating or with notices that go unreceived.
Firstly, peer should partition all the unreceived chunks into urgent chunks and non-urgent chunks according to the value of [t.
Again, as with all unreceived payments, we continue to do all we can to secure payment.
If all of these steps are completed and email continues to be unreceived, contact support[R] myflcourtaccess.
In turn, infinite power can only be had by a being that is intrinsically infinite, which Thomas will express in terms of God being unreceived act (ipse esse subsistens).
There are other corollaries about God that would need to be affirmed, and some of these are: that God is existence (esse), that there is a real distinction between essence and existence (esse) in creatures, that God sustains creation with existence (esse), that each creature's existence (esse) is limited by its essence, and that God's existence (esse) is unreceived by any separate essential principle and is unlimited.
To calculate the amount of the theft loss, previous dividend and capital gain income declared and reinvested (rather than received by the taxpayer) increases the amount of the basis and therefore the amount of the theft loss in the current year, rather than requiring a reversal of phantom, unreceived income on previous years' tax returns.
1) UNRECEIVED PRESENT: Remember that Christmas list of wanted items you scribbled down in October?
Unreceived balance of accrued income of a cash basis individual as of date of death,
The total amount of unreceived income for each compotus shows some striking features (Table 3, line 4)--a steady increase in arrears until 1318-1319, when a massive fall occurs; followed by an increase in 1329-1330, again with a subsequent drop in 1338-1339, after which a more or less steady rise is sustained until the end of the period.
The sadness of unreceived letters is a common feature of war, but here it is the gift of apples, and the ornamental egg concealed among them, which is most poignant - echoed again in the image of the English orchard far from the battlefields of France.