unbooked


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unbooked

(ʌnˈbʊkt)
adj
1. not reserved or booked
2. not recorded in a book; not noted down
3. (Education) archaic not educated
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Adj.1.unbooked - not reserved in advanceunbooked - not reserved in advance    
unreserved - not reserved
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Patient factors (maternal) were defined as unbooked mothers and mothers who defaulted follow-up, while personnel and health facility factors were health worker failure to act on positive results or failure to test for syphilis.
This news release discloses drilling locations in four categories: (i) proved undeveloped locations; (ii) probable undeveloped locations; (iii) unbooked locations and (iv) an aggregate total of (i), (ii) and (iii).
Any unbooked club final boats will be come available for public booking on September 9.
Fotique was working the tables when my partner and I called for an unbooked midweek supper.
When I called for an unbooked midweek supper, I started with a bowl of complimentary prawn crackers before enjoying two light and flavoursome courses with a side.
Furthermore, the release says booking for out bound road trucks will be accepted up to May 27, therefore customers are informed that unbooked drive-in trucks arriving on or after the said date will not be loaded.
The crowd sensed it too - every committed tackle, every Fernandinho nibble that went unbooked, every wild gesticulation of anger from Guardiola on the touchline all contributed to regular roars in support of the home side.
Those who had a positive view on the property sector highlighted companies' strong take-up sales, massive unbooked revenues and strong rental markets supported by demand from various groups.
MAS was found more in babies born to unbooked mothers (p-value <0.001) signifying the importance of antenatal care.
57 cases were unbooked (75%) while 21 (25%) stillbirth occurred in booked cases.
Data in 2008 from a developed country indicated that preterm delivery and low birth-weight were three and five times, respectively, more likely in women unbooked for antenatal care compared with booked women of similar parity and ethnic background.