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un·de·lete

 (ŭn′dĭ-lēt′)
tr.v. un·de·let·ed, un·de·let·ing, un·de·letes
To recover a deleted computer file on a hard drive or other storage device.

undeleted

(ˌʌndɪˈliːtɪd)
adj
not deleted, or restored after being deleted
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friend listing, including deleted and removed friends, networks, group listing, future and past events, all undeleted or saved photos ...
This isn't about good government, this is about paying union dues to an organization." He also released a number of emails and letters of support to him in recent weeks from unions including AFSCME, the Building Trades and SEIU 1199, in which that group disavowed McLaurin's undeleted personal attack on Miller.
Between them, these two papers made me aware that what I was thinking about was not 12,000 to 14,000 undeleted emails in each year--it was how email as a continuous and shared process was affecting me as an individual and also the people I worked with collectively.
The very first sentence of the report's available (undeleted) page reads: "Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi faces at least an even chance of assassination before his tenure in office ends in 1989." It, however, later clearly said that "assassination is the major near-term threat" to him.
Otherwise, if the total calculated coverage of the network after the antenna elimination is reduced, the RFID network coverage before the antenna elimination should be recovered and be undeleted. This procedure should be repeated for all of the antennas.
'We are already looking in detail at how we can make providers of online platforms criminally liable for undeleted content that breaks German law,' German justice minister Heiko Maas was quoted as saying in the report.
Beirut, Dhu-AlQa'dah 07, 1437, August 10, 2016, SPA -- The Dean of the Lebanese Press Aouni Al-Kaaki lauded the efforts exerted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, in the field of relief and humanitarian help for the needy all over the world under or on the fringes of the umbrella of the United Nations and international organizations, confirming that such efforts have made the Kingdom a sustainable secure station and an undeleted source of giving.
Persistent low replicative EV-B deleted and undeleted collaborative populations might contribute to the pathogenesis of unexplained DCM cases.
For example, the search term Spain (not Espana) was entered for the year-long date range, and the Sifter application searched every undeleted tweet posted during this time frame and returned a detailed estimate of the number of times the word Spain appeared in tweets posted to Twitter.
Privacy Eraser Free can even "disintegrate" private files so that they cannot be undeleted later by specialized tools.
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