unfinished business


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Noun1.unfinished business - work that is left incompleteunfinished business - work that is left incomplete  
work - activity directed toward making or doing something; "she checked several points needing further work"
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"For me, it's unfinished business. I left on a high and I want to get back to how it was, scoring goals, playing games and enjoying games."
I feel I have some unfinished business and still have a lot to offer so I want to get my head down and focus.'
"I feel like Edgbaston is unfinished business for a lot of us," said Wade, who is hoping to make his first Test appearance in almost two years.
He said the State of World Population Report (SWOP) 2019 is titled, 'Unfinished business: the pursuit of rights and choices for all'.
In a wide-ranging interview with the Daily Mail the ex-England man admitted he has 'unfinished business' in claret and blue.
It said: 'While the Committee's work is finished, unfinished business remains, because the scope of the committee does not include, and could not include, prosecuting criminal offences.
The titular phrase "unfinished business" summoned a tension latent in the exhibition, namely the copresence of aboriginal Australian and white Australian "feminisms." In Melbourne, the saying "unfinished business" is frequently invoked by prominent Gunai/Mara activist Robbie Thorpe in reference to Australia's violent colonial history, its ongoing expression, and the lack of justice for aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The Gunners midfielder, who has won two FA Cups, said: "I want to add this trophy to my collection, and almost feel there is some unfinished business because of the 2011 final.
Particularly with the timing of it makes it feel like there was unfinished business.
He said: "There is some unfinished business for the miners' strikers.
The Unfinished Business series by Joseph Connor tracks the amazing feat of the trekkers, including comedian Rhod Gilbert, Manic Street Preachers stars James Dean Bradfield and Sean Moore and BBC weather presenter Derek Brock-kway, who crossed 90 miles across the mountains of Patagonia in November last year.
The "Unfinished Business" series by Joseph Connor tracks the amazing feat of the trekkers, including comedian Rhod Gilbert, Manic Street Preachers stars James Dean Bradfield and Sean Moore and BBC weather presenter Derek Brockway, who trekked 90 miles across the mountains of Patagonia in November last year.