uncommissioned

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uncommissioned

adj (= unauthorized)nicht beauftragt or ermächtigt
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The consequences of wars, whether commissioned or uncommissioned wars, are far-eaching and breed sores of vengeance in the aftermath.
Eighteenth-century portraitists rarely had the time or inclination to produce uncommissioned pictures of loved ones, but Gainsborough found commercial uses for the intimacy of family portraiture.
4,241 uncommissioned officers received promotions, and 90 had their status modified.
The AI 263 flight, with 136 passengers, was operating on Delhi-Thiruvananthapuram-Male sector, and everyone was safe when it touched down on the uncommissioned runway.
Summary: After landing at an "uncommissioned runway", 2 pilots taken off duty; all passengers safe
(19.) The most relevant immediate precedent was Maurice Quentin de La Tour's use of the Salon of 1753 to exhibit his series of uncommissioned pastel portraits.
Uncommissioned buildings will commonly save less energy, and those savings will erode more quickly over time than when a commissioning process is undertaken.
Some find utility in separating street art from graffiti (Lee, 2013), whereas others use terms such as "uncommissioned public art" (McCormick et al., 2010) or "independent public art" (Schacter, 2013) to spotlight the connections of style, intent, and intervention amongst these artistic activities.
The reason for the dismissals was the reportage of an uncommissioned document suggesting Ally McCoist and his management staff weren't up to the job of progressing the team beyond the Third Division.
(39) Only one municipal department remained conspicuously uncommissioned: the police department.
This Note argues that private property owners who wish to preserve uncommissioned art on their land can challenge these laws under the First Amendment, claiming that, as applied, regulations requiring removal are unconstitutional because they leave the property owner insufficient alternative channels for expression.