unappointed

unappointed

(ˌʌnəˈpɔɪntɪd)
adj
1. not appointed or designated
2. not supplied or furnished
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As recently as November 2018, the company continues to let unlicensed producers sell its pet insurance product and is selling pet insurance through an unappointed marketing website, (http://www.policygenius.com) www.policygenius.com, according to the commissioner's office.
In fact, everyday folks who share news and photos of mass slaughters of men, women and children in Zamfara on social media have been threatened by unpaid, unappointed defenders of Buhari in the state.
Whitaker was the unappointed chief of staff to Jeff Sessions, the U.S.
The original intent of the two clauses was to prevent the railway assets operator and the cross-border train service operator from transferring or assigning their contracts to another unappointed party, he said.
(252) Surely, this does not occur in every instance in which an unappointed group posts bail for a defendant.
In the first place, no solicitor general publicly refers to himself as the unappointed member of the Supreme Court; it just isn't done.
First of all, 16 years after the question of whether the Constitution even permits these unappointed government agents to carry on executive branch functions was raised in the Supreme Court, that court still has not decided the question.
Private contractors are unelected and unappointed, residing outside the bureaucratic umbrella of Article II.
For instance, Representative Steve Scalise (R-LA), the author of legislation to block funding for many of President Obama's czars, has referred to the policy advisors as "unappointed, unaccountable people who are literally running a shadow government, heading up these little fiefdoms that nobody can really seem to identify where they are or what they're doing" (Bravender 2011).
These expenditures are quite large and involve outside actors in policy and managerial decision deliberations who are not only unelected but also unappointed. They evade scrutiny at the polls but also by civil service commissions and escape the rigours of public service recruitment processes.