unled

unled

(ʌnˈlɛd)
adj
(of a person, group, organization, etc) not led
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The shape was still holding me up and Cesar walked on, unled and sure-footed.
Champion unled single - Barquhill Bertha L895 from Mr M McCornick, Barquhill, Newton Stewart, sold to John McEvoy, 126a Tully Frame Road, Kilkeel, Co Down, for 1600gns.
The negative aspects are multiple also because the Europeanization is uncontrolled, unled, and not a governed process.
Discussion was similar in the led and unled experimental groups and was mainly concerned with how the evidence was made and used and what it may have meant to the people who made and used it.
UNled peace talks have failed since a Houthi takeover ousted President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi and his cabinet last month.
The meeting is another track of UNled Libyan dialogue held at the Palais des Nations, whose first round convened in Geneva in midJanuary and another round earlier in the week.
10, 200 chief executives and leaders from business, civil society, government and the United Nations gathered in New York to mark the 10th anniversary of the 10th Principle of the UN Global Compact, which states that "businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery." It is part of the UNled strategic policy initiative that commits businesses to align their operations and strategies with 10 universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anticorruption practices.
We want to see a no-fly zone in certain places to try and stop them attacking civilians." The nation waits with bated breath for the results of the UNled chemical weapons inspection which is due to be released on Saturday.
Plot registers the extent to which the protagonist can, through any particular action or sequence of actions, take possession of the totality of a life yet unled. It is a mode, we might say, of individual proleptic retrospection.
They seem unled and lost, their basically Anglican faith torn apart on gay issues.
"The opportunity is there for the college to take that role, and too often the role goes unled. But we're in the best position.