uncancelled

uncancelled

(ʌnˈkænsəld) or

uncanceled

adj
1. not cancelled
2. not standard reinstated or put back in place after having been cancelled
References in classic literature ?
Therefore, I note here, though it may not be at all necessary, that there are hundreds of Will Cases (as they are called), far more remarkable than that fancied in this book; and that the stores of the Prerogative Office teem with instances of testators who have made, changed, contradicted, hidden, forgotten, left cancelled, and left uncancelled, each many more wills than were ever made by the elder Mr Harmon of Harmony Jail.
In general, it may be observed, that although no political relation can subsist between the assenting and dissenting States, yet the moral relations will remain uncancelled. The claims of justice, both on one side and on the other, will be in force, and must be fulfilled; the rights of humanity must in all cases be duly and mutually respected; whilst considerations of a common interest, and, above all, the remembrance of the endearing scenes which are past, and the anticipation of a speedy triumph over the obstacles to reunion, will, it is hoped, not urge in vain MODERATION on one side, and PRUDENCE on the other.
Lyons knew neither of these things, but had been impressed by the death occurring at the time of an uncancelled appointment which was only known to him.
"will remain uncancelled" for any state that refused to ratify
That it is indeed apparently happening now is only the result of a remarkable set of circumstances that are allowing for the first meeting of the leaders of North Korea and the United States -- events that contrived on Friday and Saturday to have it cancelled, then "uncancelled" again.
How We also found uncancelled stamps on eBay with a current face value of PS65 for PS29.99.
Having realised the significance of the date and the unspoken reason I was supposed to be seeing my mum on the Friday, I quickly uncancelled our lunch and moved work commitments around so we could meet up.
After aircraft recovery, the scheduled and preserved crews are reassigned to the uncancelled flight legs.
Since then, across the arroyo's wall of green, A Dios gracias, grac--I've heard his song Persist above all reason, and halt serene-- Uncancelled as the stars that sum no wrong.
An indefeasible title, as long as it remains in force and uncancelled, is conclusive evidence at law and in equity, as against the Nisga'a Nation and all other persons, that the person named in the title as registered owner is entitled to the estate in fee simple to the parcel of land described in the title, subject to [several exceptions, including fraud or forgery on the part of the registered owner].
'Tangible personal property' does not include intangible personal property constituting mere rights of action and having no intrinsic value, such as contracts, deeds, mortgages, stocks, bonds, certificates of deposit or membership, or uncancelled United States postage or revenue stamps sold for postage or revenue purposes...."