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unperformed

(ˌʌnpəˈfɔːmd)
adj
not performed or done
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Adj.1.unperformed - not performed; "the author of numerous unperformed plays"
unstaged - not performed on the stage
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"At least, they shall say of me," thought this exemplary man, "that I leave no public duty unperformed or ill-performed!" Sad, indeed, that an introspection so profound and acute as this poor minister's should be so miserably deceived!
My housekeeping duties, though at first it caused me great anxiety to think that they were unperformed, were soon as far off as the oldest of the old duties at Greenleaf or the summer afternoons when I went home from school with my portfolio under my arm, and my childish shadow at my side, to my godmother's house.
The COA pointed out that under the RIRR of RA 9184, contractors who fail to satisfactorily complete the work within the specified time in the contract despite the extension granted, shall pay the procuring entity for liquidated damages "equal to at least one tenth of one percent of the cost of the unperformed portion of the works for every day of delay." The COA said the 44 contracts totaling P12.245 billion have incurred significant period of delays in completion and yet no LDs were imposed against the erring contractors.
COA also decried the provincial government's inability to impose liquidated damages for the "unperformed portion of the contract" for the delivery of various hospital equipment purchased for a total P42.4 million.
HHHHH The Opera Rara label was founded in the 1960s by enthusiasts aiming to rehabilitate and record many of Donizetti's 70 bel canto operas that were languishing unheard and unperformed. This their 25th and was captured in a live recording of the opera's world premiere at Covent Garden last year.
To qualify for the prize, which is awarded every two years, scripts had to be original, unperformed and funny.
The event encouraged artists of every kind to get together and perform in the church - the only rule being that the material offered had to be new and as yet unperformed.
In their extensive analysis of these cultural representations, Kelly and Forsyth pay close attention not only to the materials that are available, but also to the stories and perspectives that went unperformed.
In the case of a restructuring, the Insolvency Trustee may, with due authorisation, manage the debtor's business and execute unperformed contracts concluded by the debtor in the ordinary course of business.
They were of the belief that certain atonement had been left unperformed because of the introduction of Christianity and Islam.
Prosecutors said the men falsely claimed that Flynn wrote the op-ed on his own and that Alptekin opposed its publication, and that the $40,000 payment to Alptekin's firm was a refund for unperformed work.