unfranked

unfranked

(ʌnˈfræŋkt)
adj
(Communications & Information) (of a letter, mail, etc) not franked
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* Dividend: Interim dividend declared of 1.3 cents per share, unfranked, representing payout ratio of 50% of NPAT.
The unfranked portion of the dividend has been declared to be conduit foreign income.
The used stamps are unfranked and advertised as for collectors only - but head illegally back into circulation.
Revenue slipped by 2 per cent to $14.518 billion in the year, from $14.747 billion in the prior year.Origin Energy will pay a final dividend of 25c per share, unfranked, on September 26 to shareholders on the register on August 28.
As a reflection of the Company's strong performance, we are pleased to have been able to announce a return to shareholders of an unfranked dividend of 0.8 cents per share, up 60% from fiscal 2011.
Mr Findlay asked centre manager David McCavana if the fact the parcel was unfranked and the postage underpaid could be a "fraud".
All this unfranked mail is a sure sign that machines have taken over from people.
But this was better than the one sent unfranked last year which resulted in a trip to the sorting office and a missed appointment.
Some of the 12 unfranked letters were addressed to individuals including a school nurse and a health worker.
The Post Office is so hopeless these days that many letters come into the office with the stamps unfranked.
Result for me - severe financial consequences for a single parent to lose pounds 400, extreme inconvenience to get to places as I could not afford another car for three months, total loss of confidence in my local police service, my insurance premium rocketing as the company can't recover monies from the unemployed hit-and-run driver, and to top it all - the letter from West Midlands Police informing me of the driver's prosecution arrived unfranked. But I guess another pounds 1.21 won't matter now.
When police stopped his car in the early hours they found two crowbars, a torch, a pair of gloves, a kitchen knife and a pile of unfranked mail.