unpurchased

unpurchased

(ʌnˈpɜːtʃɪst)
adj
not bought or purchased
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Yet, in all the hurry and crowding of such a time, the child was more alone than she had ever been before; alone in spirit, alone in her devotion to him who was wasting away upon his burning bed; alone in her unfeigned sorrow, and her unpurchased sympathy.
But my heart craved not pleasant food, and I fled secretly across the dark country and escaped by masters, that they should not take me unpurchased across the sea, there to win a price for me.
Permanently transfers all other federal lands in the area, including two campgrounds, a park and unpurchased lots, to the Stutsman County Park Board and the North Dakota Game and Fish at no cost.
And while much was sold, other items went unloved and unpurchased.
BHCC also partners with Panera, which delivers loaves of unpurchased bread, and local universities, who freeze leftover cafeteria food into TV-dinner-style packages.
While zeroing in on unpurchased primetime slots costs 30 to 50 percent less than general primetime airtime, it's still more expensive than remnant time, according to Peters, but potentially yields better results with vastly more viewers.
The agreements provide that Kindred will either acquire all 36 skilled nursing facilities owned by Ventas and operated by Kindred for USD 700m, a 7% yield on current cash rent, in connection with Kindred's previously announced plan to exit its SNF business, or renew the current lease on all unpurchased SNFs through 2025 at the current rent level.
Eric Malcolm Robinson, 33, of Tacoma, faces charges of first-degree robbery, unlawful use of a weapon, second-degree theft, menacing and second-degree criminal mischief after an incident in which he allegedly took a knife from the store, put it in his pocket and then later used it to open unpurchased items at the store.
And one may quarrel with some of his facts and interpretations--many dispersed interests, such as environmental and consumer groups, get lots of unpurchased access at the regulatory agencies, where they often prevail over well-heeled corporations.
A senior Israel government official said the current batch of tenders is actually a group of old unpurchased tenders that are being reissued.
West's anxiety that the market was already flooded with books unpurchased and unread was justified--With so many titles to choose from, many books and their authors were going unread.
The first drafts of a plan for the new government largely recapitulated imperial Indian policy: no colony could engage in offensive war against Natives without congressional consent; the United States would enter into an alliance with the Six Nations; and the Continental Congress would retain the right of preemption of all Native land while guaranteeing Indian title to unpurchased territory.