unoffered

unoffered

(ʌnˈɒfəd)
adj
not offered
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As the head of technology practices at Aon and Crystal & Company he wanted to learn which nonexistent areas of coverage his clients wanted and which unoffered protections would be most meaningful to them.
The share of foreigners in an unoffered portion increased from 14.6% in 2005 to 29.6% in 2013.
Furthermore, at least fifty percent (50%) of the variable remuneration (including both the deferred and unoffered portions of the variable remuneration) must be awarded by way of shares where appropriate.
There is no surviving record of his unoffered amendment, and no further discussion on the matter ensued until the day of the final Senate vote.
For the entire duration of the film, the audience sees the world exclusively from Jean-Do's subjective perspective; the inner monologues provide us with details unoffered to the external worlds and thus the other performers who essentially had to deal with a still face throughout the course of the film.
"Hayes dealt with him swiftly, sending him a note to the effect that his resignation (unoffered) had been accepted." (3)
That promised contract extension remains unoffered and, following a private fall-out between the pair that has been made all too public, the writing is on the wall.