unprovisioned

unprovisioned

(ˌʌnprəˈvɪʒənd)
adj
lacking provisions, esp food
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And this was no disciplined march; it was a stampede--a stampede gigantic and terrible--without order and without a goal, six million people unarmed and unprovisioned, driving headlong.
The group also remains exposed to additional unquantified and therefore unprovisioned cases such as investigations into interest-rate setting.
At the same time, Moody's notes the diminishing risk to capital from unprovisioned NPLs and the reduction in large exposures.
Spain is tarnished by the association with what happened in Ireland and the theory that large, unprovisioned bank sector losses could hit public debt," said Ken Wattret, chief euro zone economist at BNP Paribas.
Will alone carried Washington through the winter of Valley Forge, that nadir of misery and neglect, and only his extraordinary will kept the freezing, half-starved, shoeless army, unpaid and unprovisioned by the Continental Congress, from deserting.
The residual value of the asset turned out to be only a fraction of its book value resulting in a large unprovisioned loss for the bank.
If a saturation point of food intake exists, some individuals might breed close to this point, even in unprovisioned territories.
Perceptions that banks may be carrying significant unprovisioned loan losses have led to some downgradings of banks' own credit ratings in almost all the major economies, with the largest downgradings occurring in the United States and Japan.
to capitalisation arising from unprovisioned NPLs have partially
Even though high operating profits, due in part to cost cutting efforts, have enabled banks to reduce the size of their unprovisioned non-performing loans, it will take some time before their bad loan problem is fully resolved.