unrectified

unrectified

(ʌnˈrɛktɪˌfaɪd)
adj
1. not made right, corrected, or fixed
2. not refined, clarified, or purified
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But they said there was nothing they could do again and we understand they cannot reprint the ballot again and when our members and supporters started calling after the election we assured them that the error will not go unrectified.'
The report found that JKSB had taken action on 85.5 per cent, or 14,414 out of the 16,885 defects identified as of July 2017, with 2,441 defects unrectified.
If the shortfall in the FSRA remains unrectified and we are unable to seek satisfactory clarification on the Group's liquidity position, the rating is likely to face a multi-notch downgrade.
has taken it upon itself to permit such crimes against humanity to go unrectified, and since it had colluded in the establishment and maintenance of that "peculiar institution" for generations, it places itself in a position of owing reparations to the heirs of black slavery (at least) within its own borders.
Efficacy of lamellar division for correcting cicatricial lid entropion and its associated features unrectified by the tarsal fracture technique.
"Sadly, until now, the flawed intelligence report of the BOC Intelligence Group remains unrectified and the conduct of a proper investigation of the case has not been pursued by the BOC Investigation Division," he said.
This work presents a hardware design of the efficient profile shape matching stereo vision algorithm [9], shown to produce disparity maps from real uncalibrated and unrectified images with accuracy sufficient for tasks useful to unmanned micro-UVs.
These studies have evaluated interface pressures with patellar-tendon-bearing (PTB) sockets [17-18,20-21], an unrectified hydrocast socket [17], and a total-surface-bearing (TSB) socket [19].
Plato's references to the powerful influence upon a soul of "the many" in the assembly praising and blaming certain things suggests how false intellectual customs and (mis) educational indoctrination can instill beliefs that do not arise from a hardened will or unrectified appetite.
He told MPs the breaches involved "late delivery of two station improvements, and two timetable changes which were not properly authorised by the Department for Transport and which could, if unrectified, have significantly reduced the value of the franchise to the department".
To note one of the few persistent and unrectified shortfalls in airpower's leverage, however, it can kill only what it can see, identify, and engage.
An enemy is always intimately related to the object of his hatred, for he carries unrectified (and disowned) sparks of his opponent.