unmaterialized

unmaterialized

(ˌʌnməˈtɪərɪəˌlaɪzd) or

unmaterialised

adj
not materialized
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Her plan remained unmaterialized just as the young girl slowly disappears from the pages of her book--but not before Rodriguez presents readers with details of the sexual molestation taking place--as yet another sad Afghan story of misogyny and suffering.
That renders their far more numerous unmaterialized counterparts as perhaps not so important, correct, or normal" (p.
Probably the most complete account of PLAN Taiwan Strait operations in this period is He Di, "Last Campaign to Unify China: The CCP's Unmaterialized Plan to Liberate Taiwan, 1949-1950," Chinese Historians 5 (Spring 1992), p.
(15.) Di He, "The Last Campaign to Unify China: The CCP's Unmaterialized Plan to Liberate Taiwan, 1949-1950," Chinese Historians 5, no.
While not all of the increase is attributable to politics (vanden Heuvel gives credit to "the best business staff we've ever had"), The Nation and left-leaning publishers such as Metropolitan Books found themselves planning for the perverse (if ultimately unmaterialized) possibility that political success might undermine profitability.
A further difficulty with loss of chance is that courts have allowed recovery for the loss of future, yet unmaterialized, harm, as the Colorado Supreme Court held in Boryla v.