unreceived

unreceived

(ˌʌnrɪˈsiːvd)
adj
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) (of the Eucharist) not taken or received
2. not received or not yet possessing
3. not accepted or adopted
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A couple of moves were wildly off-the-mark, including a Serena Guthrie centre pass to Helen Housby that went unreceived and a ball from Jo Harten to Chelsea Pitman that went straight to a Samoan player.
Then on September 20, they will play their hometown's Slade Rooms to complete the run of gigs supporting The Unreceived.
Wippel, "Thomas Aquinas and the Axiom that Unreceived Act is Unlimited," in Metaphysical Themes in Thomas Aquinas II (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2007), 123-51.
PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal commenting on the verdict and correlating it with the Supreme Court's judgement of July 28, 2017 termed it a dilemma that the apex court disqualified the ex-premier over an unreceived salary from his son and the trial court convicted him for receiving money from the same son.
Firstly, when the channel condition is very good, every missing item is found at the base station, the corresponding packet mark number is calculated, and all unreceived packet mark numbers are combined into the Feedback Report.
'When an unreceived salary was declared as an asset before the disqualification of Nawaz Sharif?' he asked.
I can text every tenant in a property within 30 seconds, which helps avoid some of the problems we all encounter with not communicating or with notices that go unreceived.
Firstly, peer should partition all the unreceived chunks into urgent chunks and non-urgent chunks according to the value of [t.sub.p] and [T.sub.u].
Again, as with all unreceived payments, we continue to do all we can to secure payment."
Scarifying and bush hammering concrete floor surface results after dissolution of the mosaic floor unreceived;