unawarded

unawarded

(ˌʌnəˈwɔːdɪd)
adj
not awarded; not yet awarded to someone
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Meriones, who had come in fourth, carried off the two talents of gold, and the fifth prize, the two-handled urn, being unawarded, Achilles gave it to Nestor, going up to him among the assembled Argives and saying, "Take this, my good old friend, as an heirloom and memorial of the funeral of Patroclus--for you shall see him no more among the Argives.
Recent estimates show that the GCC currently holds a pipeline of unawarded construction, transportation and energy projects worth more than $2.5 trillion, which will be a huge driver for the cabling industry.
It appears the trophy then went unawarded for the following two years, presumably due to the war, as no names are inscribed.
With about $900 billion of projects planned or underway, the UAE is the sector's second biggest market in the region with about $589 billion worth of projects under construction and unawarded projects worth about $310 billion, it added.
(40) Figure 8 illustrates some of the largest unawarded projects in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE in which China is competing.
Of the 20 bidders, only three companies met the reference price and they were only qualified to supply the NFA with 47,000 MT of rice, leaving import contracts for the 203,000 MT of rice unawarded.
MANILA has decided to purchase the unawarded 203,000 metric tons (MT) of rice from its previous open tender through a government-to-government (G2G) scheme as the National Food Authority (NFA) seeks to further boost its stockpile.
Ariel Casilao called on the NHA yesterday to speed up the implementation of resolution by Congress that would have distributed idle, unawarded and unoccupied government housing projects to the poor.
Collister, too, cites 2016 research that found award-winning work is six times as effective as unawarded campaigns.
• Unclaimed Grants - In the unlikely event that a grant goes unawarded, the grant amount may be divided into smaller amounts and awarded to individuals that were not wholly qualified for the full $1,200 amount, but may qualify for another amount.