unearmarked

unearmarked

(ʌnˈɪəˌmɑːkt)
adj
not earmarked; not set aside or marked for a particular purpose
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In addition, generous unearmarked and core funding to humanitarian partners working to prevent and respond to SGBV, as well as funding to the Central Emergency Response Fund and country-based pool funds, was announced.
The successful scale-up to date has been made possible by the generosity of donors, including those who provide unearmarked, flexible funding.
Also, she pointed to the need for "multi-year and unearmarked resources to ensure the humanitarian community can respond rapidly while development actions lay a strong foundation in capacity strengthening and long-term livelihoods of the most vulnerable".
On the pledge, he stated it "was unconditional, except for the fact that the money was to be used for the UN's response plan, and was unearmarked. In other words, it was our favourite kind of funding."
Buckley had upheld the overall ceilings as "preventing] evasion of the $1,000 [individual] contribution limitation by a person who might otherwise contribute massive amounts of money to a particular candidate through the use of unearmarked contributions to political committees likely to contribute to that candidate, or huge contributions to the candidate's political party." (302) As the McCutcheon Court explained, there are now new limitations on circumvention in place.
Newcastle was listed in the Government's table as having PS78.9m worth of earmarked reserves, which it must keep to underpin capital projects, and PS14m or 'unearmarked' reserves which it keeps for times of crisis - like flooding.
The Dutch are the top donor of unearmarked assistance to UN humanitarian programs.
"Suppose the Secretary of Homeland Security, who has unearmarked funds in his budget, decided to build a mosque and pay an Imam a salary to preach in it because the Secretary believed that federal financial assistance to Islam would reduce the likelihood of Islamist terrorism in the United States ...," wrote Posner.
The Administration has $242 million to fund remaining unearmarked countries, for which they requested $318 million.
Although only the ATNs and royalty payments are formally unearmarked (i.e., they can be used by provincial governments for any purpose), the other funds have experienced several changes, mostly allowing governors to redirect some of these monies to soothe the mushrooming provincial fiscal deficits.
Sharing is more likely when there is unearmarked, centralized money than when agencies are asked to fund sharing out of their own budgets.