unsupplied


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unsupplied

(ˌʌnsəˈplaɪd)
adj
1. not supplied (with provisions or resources)
2. (of goods, provisions, or resources) not supplied or provided
3. (of a need or lack) not met; unprovided for
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What would become of a Greenland whale, say, in those shuddering, icy seas of the north, if unsupplied with his cosy surtout?
It's a need that was previously unsupplied and, again, [the projects are] in downtown Abu Dhabi.
The Purchaser Reserves The Right To Vary The Ordered Quantity By 30 Percent At Any Time, Till Final Delivery Date Of The Contract, By Giving Reasonable Notice, Even Though The Quantity Ordered Initially Has Been Supplied In Full Before The Last Date Of Delivery Period And Similarly The Purchaser Reserves The Right To Vary The Ordered Quantity By - 30 Percent Or The Quantity Unsupplied Whichever Is Less At Any Time, Till Final Delivery Date Of The Contract, By Giving Reasonable Notice
HDT has engineered a variety of different strategies that mean their tents require less energy to operate and can therefore go unsupplied longer.
The adjusted Value added Approach This approach postulates the marginal cost of unsupplied electricity is different from the average cost as given in (1) above.
Venegas suggests that in order to read the ways that technology is used in Cuba, you would first have to understand the specificities of underdevelopment and unsupplied needs.
Ooredoo has bought into Indonesia's mobile network provider Indosat, the second largest mobile network operator in the country behind Telkomsel, a major step for the Qataris to gain foothold in the Asean market and in a country of 240mn people with a mobile phone penetration as of 2012 stood at around 90% (with wide regional gaps, though), which technically leaves a wide open field of 24mn still unsupplied customers.
The result of this strategy is a country with an abundance of amputees, often unsupplied with needed prosthetics.
The other three facilities were omitted as a result of unsupplied material, either raw material specimens or socket specimens.
The analogical duality of the book is needed for the digestive health of the body politic: "Estimating the American Union as so far, and for some time to come, in its yet formative condition, I bequeath poems and essays as nutriment and influences to help truly assimilate and harden, and especially to furnish something toward what the States most need of all, and which seems to me yet quite unsupplied in literature" (PW, 2:469).
But demand for general literary work of a solid and thoughtful nature, demanding both a scholarship and a trained power of expression--this is never very well supplied among men, and is, with few exceptions, unsupplied among American women.