unperforming

unperforming

(ˌʌnpəˈfɔːmɪŋ)
adj
not performing
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president's toenail, unperforming! In the palace of sinister
The same NAMA that was supposed to bail out the banks by taking their unperforming loans.
Section 3, "Ideologies," includes Awan Ampka, "Reenvisioning Theatre, Activism, and Citizenship in Neocolonial Contexts" (159-72); Ann Elizabeth Armstrong, "Negotiating Feminist Identities and Theatre of the Oppressed" (173-84); and Daniel Banks, "Unperforming 'Race': Strategies for Reimagining Identity" (185-98).
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The new labour law introduces temporary contracts; the social security reform raises the minimum retirement age and years of contribution and tightens eligibility conditions for a number of special regimes; and the administrative reform introduces a salary cap for all civil servants and makes it possible to fire unperforming and redundant civil servants.