unaccounted-for

un·ac·count·ed-for

(ŭn′ə-koun′tĭd-fôr′)
adj.
1. Not explained, understood, or taken into account.
2. Missing or absent without explanation, as from a roll call or after a military operation.
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The death toll from the worst-ever California wildfires increased to 76, while the list of those unaccounted-for continues to grow and has jumped to 1,276, even as authorities located hundreds of previously missing persons.
Prosecutors say 10 to 20 people might be unaccounted-for and the death toll is expected to rise.
The families of eight fallen and 16 still unaccounted-for soldiers will arrive in Seoul on Monday for a six-day trip hosted by the Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs, the ministry said.
The National Immigration Agency (NIA) will actively track down illegal brokers and employers while helping out unaccounted-for foreign workers, Director-General Jeff Yang told the Chinese-language Liberty Times.
There is no provision under the Constitution for the Office of the President, or State House, to run a secret and unaccounted-for fund.
Imran Khan is scheduled to lead a protest on November 2 that aims to paralyse the federal capital in one of party s pressure tactics to hold the premier accountable for his alleged unaccounted-for wealth.
The prefect of Barletta, Clara Minerva, said relatives reported another four people unaccounted-for and suggested that their remains could have been scattered within the wreckage, particularly in the area of highest impact.
Town Manager Jacquelyn Kelly said the infrastructure charge allows the Water and Sewer Division to make capital improvements to the water system; establish an emergency reserve fund; and take steps to reduce unaccounted-for water.
Bobeva, who is in charge of economy and investments, has told Nova TV that unaccounted-for expenditures would be minimized so that the economy could be balanced.
Among the many questions: Why did the department wait until the start of the investigations to make the public aware of the unaccounted-for evidence and of the pervasive problems in the property unit, problems that have prompted a major reorganization, including the addition of seven employees and a sergeant?
The mission will "conduct global search, recovery, and laboratory operations to identify more than 83,000 unaccounted-for Americans from past conflicts," the statement said.