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unextended

(ˌʌnɪkˈstɛndɪd)
adj
not extended or outstretched
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Adj.1.unextended - not extended or stretched outunextended - not extended or stretched out; "an unextended arm"
extended - fully extended or stretched forth; "an extended telescope"; "his extended legs reached almost across the small room"; "refused to accept the extended hand"
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claimer Darragh O'Keeffe (having his first run for Cromwell), the five-year-old (above), having his first run since March, but backed from 5/1 in the morning to 2/1 favourite, took command between the last two flights and cruised clear to win, unextended, by six and a half lengths from 25/1 shot Sweet Home Chicago.
It was soon apparent the race was won and she came home unextended.
6013(b)(2), however, lists four limitations on this election, including barring the election from being made three or more years after the unextended filing deadline of the return.
His code switch came at Aintree, where he also chased home the unextended Thistlecrack, finishing seven lengths behind the winner - exactly the same margin by which the recently announced jumps horse of the season defeated Alpha Des Obeaux in the World Hurdle.
Liverpool could be left behind According to think tank ResPublica, which recently published a report calling for the city region to pay two thirds of the cost of connecting Liverpool to the high speed rail, there is "a danger that HS2, if left 'unextended', will widen inequalities between linked and unlinked cities".
You have until the unextended due date of the 2015 return to file an amended 2014 return to claim the disaster loss.
The unextended due date of the return of a domestic corporation, Form 1120, U.S.
Hong Kong champion Able Friend is rated the best miler in the world and has been unextended to win his last six races.
The vertical height of the ladder in unextended position-should be 20ft and in fully extended position should be 45lf.- Quantity of - -INos.
Among those who answer "yes" to the first question, a common answer to the second is "atoms," where an atom is understood in the original sense of an object that is spatially unextended, indivisible, and wholly lacking in proper parts (whether actual or potential).
The veteran merrily skipped over that obstacle and cruised clear unextended to take the prize by a length and a quarter.
NOT only unbeaten, but unextended, Annie Power (left) wouldn't have been out of place in the Champion Hurdle.