unrecovered

unrecovered

(ˌʌnrɪˈkʌvəd)
adj
1. not recovered or regained
2. relating to that from which there has been no recovery
3. not brought back to health
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I was among the missing dead of the Martinez disaster, an unrecovered body.
Confusedly, Rose thought of her countless hours of lost sleep, her even yet unrecovered strength, the enormous readjustment of her own life in her sincere efforts to do her best by the whole household, her joyous acceptance of all the perpetual self-denial her new duties to Billy necessitated.
The subject of the public contract must be new, not demo, unused, unrecovered, pledged, not lent, free from leasing or other legal defects and must not infringe any third party%s rights to the patent or other form of intellectual property.
Our 2019 earnings guidance range reflects unrecovered structural costs estimated to reduce the return on equity by approximately 90 basis points.
They owe a joint PS5.75m, which prosecutors say is available in hidden assets from unrecovered jewellery, gold, gems and cash, as well as individual additional amounts from realisable assets such as properties in the UK and abroad.
Over PS4million was squandered on "unused travel bookings" and PS3.5million on unrecovered expenses and salary overpayments too difficult to recoup.
(NYSE: PNM), has filed a consolidated application requesting the abandonment of the San Juan Generating Station, securitisation of the unrecovered investment in the plant and approvals for replacement power resources to the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission.
Conwy Council said it is has a duty to investigate all complaints from the public concerning livestock movements and unrecovered animal carcasses.
A spokeswoman added: "Responsibility for enforcement rests with local councils, and when we receive complaints from members of the public concerning unrecovered animal carcasses, or have concerns relating to the movement of livestock, we have a duty to investigate.
Thousands more are unrecovered from battlefields and former POW camps.
Arbitration against Bulgaria was filed in the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes in Washington DC in 2013 for unrecovered expenses on the purchase of energy from renewable sources.
But leasing makes sense in that if you buy a high-end car and getbackonly a fraction of the pricewhen you resellitafter three years, then there is an actual unrecovered cost.