unfranchised

unfranchised

(ʌnˈfræntʃaɪzd)
adj
(Commerce) not franchised
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This, as Senate President Vicente Sotto III and Minority Leader Franklin Drilon, in separate interviews, suggested that government regulators step up the drive against 'colorum,' referring to unfranchised public bus and jeepneys, plying Metro Manila streets.
The artisans whose activities form the heart of this study are clearly distinguished as the master craftsmen who formed the 'middle rank' between the merchants on the one hand, who were the political elite (especially in York), and the unfranchised artisans who 'worked as servants, waged laborers, or pieceworkers either under or in competition with master craftsmen' (4-5) on the other.
Reacting on the Transportation chief's statement, Suntay said "if that would be the case, taxi and rent-a-car operators should also be allowed to use private unfranchised vehicles to ferry passengers for a fee."
This creates the groundwork for unfranchised, home-grown coffee companies, roasters and retailers to self-proclaim and mimic international certifications.
This popular realm--where unlicensed images and unfranchised memories of Elvis circulate as part of the "collective cultural heritage"--exists alongside the regulated realm of official Elvis Culture (98).
One of them, Iranian-American Holly Dagres, a Middle East analyst who travels to Tehran often from her home in Cairo, took a stack of photos of unfranchised franchisees and published them in a photo essay on BuzzFeed in October.
To ease traffic on Edsa, Valte said the government was going after unfranchised buses and limiting the number of buses on Edsa at certain hours of the day.
And it was found that unfranchised garages charge a more reasonable rate of pounds 35 an hour across the UK.
magazine, also confirmed motorists are better off going to unfranchised dealerships.
In a report to the Securities and Exchange Commission, Wendy's discussed the current state of its franchise program and described the franchise owners' relationship with the company: Although franchised areas exist in all states except three, areas of some states remain unfranchised. In addition, most franchise owners have the right to build more units in their franchised areas than had been constructed at December 31, 1979.
That the nay side owed its margin of victory to this group is particularly impressive, considering that most of Toronto's approximately 5,000 unfranchised adult men would have fallen into it.