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unperfected

(ˌʌnpəˈfɛktɪd)
adj
not perfected
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unperfected

adjective
Not perfected, elaborated, or completed:
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Most are familiar with Violet Beauregarde from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory who turned blue after chewing Willy's unperfected three-course meal gum.
Finally, as between two unperfected security interests, the order of attachment determines priority.
In its capacity as receiver, the FDIC repudiated the unperfected loan-participation sales by Penn Square, an action that led to the failures of several larger banks, including Seafirst (1982) and Continental Illinois (1984).
The Supreme Court held that the limited general creditor rights afforded to a trustee, under the then-current form of the Bankruptcy Act, did not include the powers of a judgment creditor, who could have defeated the equipment seller's unperfected claim to the equipment.
Does the former's interest become unperfected upon federal registration?
Its blast of flavors makes up for the lackluster impression you'd have after tasting their bland Naxional Paella, with the latter being considered a recipe that still remains unperfected to suit the taste of the local palate.
Chapter 11 Filings Cause Havoc for an Unperfected Consignment Creditor
Irina Tsiklik, Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC), FOIA Program for implementing reforms within the course of the year that led to improvements in software, hardware and practices, including procedures aimed at resolving backlogged cases and unperfected requests that resulted in the largest FOIA backlog reduction in the history of NHHC.
Similarly, with the Freschetta brand platform's The Best Things in Life Are Real campaign, we are addressing consumers wanting the brands they know and love to be authentic, relatable and understand that life is unperfected.
Why Largely because one perilous element in the mechanics of driving remains unperfected by progress: the human being.
Unperfected moments designed to pass, old newspapers provided a way to recover the way the world understood itself (in that newspaper at least).
8) Clearly, the Neo-Confucian moral reasoning justifies a self-assumed leading role by a Gentleman who guides the morally unperfected masses; his communication serves one sole purpose of morally transforming the masses.