unrecalled

unrecalled

(ˌʌnrɪˈkɔːld)
adj
1. (Psychology) not recalled or remembered; forgotten
2. (Marketing) not recalled, altered, or revoked
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The horse had actually been among the favourites for the 1993 Grand National - the "race that never was" - but he fell in that race, which was declared void due to an unrecalled false start.
The first female teacher, name unrecalled, arrived in 1903 and two teachers were daughters of one of the married couples.
A spiritual novel?" (9) That Leaves of Grass might have emerged as fiction or drama is a detail of its inception that tends to go unrecalled.
The problem traces back to a May amendment to a consent order that requires Takata to issue defect information reports for earlier unrecalled airbag inflators on a risk-based schedule until 2019.
The agency also said there are 85 million unrecalled Takata inflators in U.S.
"Sleep almost doubles our chances of remembering previously unrecalled material," the lead researcher explained.
The regulator said 12 automakers had recalled 19 million vehicles with more than 23 million inflators but that millions of unrecalled vehicles could still be on the road with inflators that use ammonium nitrate, a compound that can become unstable when exposed to moisture.
Dumay explained that sleeping almost doubled the chances of remembering previously unrecalled material.
The NHTSA can now fine Takata up to $7,000 ([pounds sterling]4,460) per day for each unrecalled car on the road.
Prior to this, it was completely unconscious and unrecalled when he was talking to his wife.
The missing data derived from the questionnaire (as reflected by some n values in tables) is due to some subjects not answering every question primarily because they unrecalled or were unsure of information asked.