unseized

unseized

(ʌnˈsiːzd)
adj
not seized
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These are not mere statistics -- they are unseized opportunities.
For both these thinkers, redemption is offered only in moments which if they go unseized are never to return again.
While the lawsuit works its way through the court system, the Harborside dispensary remains open, assets unseized until the federal government can prove its case.
Deputy Chief of the Command Center Alexander Rozmaznin noticed that some Ukrainian military units remain unseized by Russia, but did not specify their locations.
I also think he's spot-on about an unseized opportunity for marketing GA and getting some new pilot starts.
The products aren't actually all that similar--and the unseized yeast is a main reason.
He is also the author of a piece of sensationalist journalism on Dickens that earned him ten pounds and one month of slight recognition (BBA, 950-54), while his one scholarly work on "two points in Hamlet's soul/ Unseized by the Germans yet" (BBA, 946-47) is still unpublished.
The attorney was hired to represent the defendant under the federal Criminal Justice Act, which provides payment for defense counsel when defendants may not have enough unseized assets for legal fees.
but, fond elf, He was content to let her amorous plea Faint through his careless arms; content to see An unseized heaven dying at his feet; Content, O fool
Now police chiefs are worried that the rest of the unseized haul will spread throughout the country.
James Longenbach is much concerned with this leitmotiv of unseized opportunity in an essay which shows again Eliot's extraordinary ability to transform his preoccupations by means of critical generalization into problems of universal application.