unremitted

unremitted

(ˌʌnrɪˈmɪtɪd)
adj
1. not pardoned or forgiven
2. not relaxed or slackened; continuous
3. (of a person) relentless; persistent
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Monson laughed pleasantly as she made this request, and her kindness and delicacy to the governess were too marked and unremitted to permit the latter to think of hesitating.
If to this be added the fact that, in consequence of the ex parte application of the spur, one side of the mare appeared to journey faster than the other; and that the aggrieved flank was resolutely indicated by unremitted flourishes of a bushy tail, we finish the picture of both horse and man.
We have no trace of him at present, although our exertions to discover him are unremitted; but they will not restore my beloved William!
The doors of the hall were thrown open, and the mild, balmy air of a clear spring morning was ventilating the apartment, where the vigilance of the ex-steward had been so long maintaining an artificial heat with such unremitted diligence.
Esther buried herself in the wagon which contained her daughters; the young men took their customary places among the cattle, or nigh the teams, and the whole proceeded, at their ordinary, dull, but unremitted gait.
This limitation does not apply in respect of reassessments for goods and services tax (GST) or unremitted source deductions (such as income tax, employment insurance premiums, or Canada Pension Plan premiums withheld on behalf of employees).
If deferred taxes are provided on the unremitted earnings of a foreign subsidiary, accelerating the repatriation of the foreign earnings is a possible strategy.
In 2016, Eli detected 788 fake PORs issued by the agency, amounting to P1.7 million worth of unremitted PhilHealth premiums.
The BIR said the liabilities cannot be considered a delinquent account, except when the liabilities pertain to unremitted withheld taxes.
Mayor Estrada inherited as much as P8 billion in debts from unpaid electric, water and telephone bills, unremitted withholding taxes of City Hall employees, delayed allowances of public school teachers and policemen in Manila, etc.
The NLC boss said the Union had at different times called on the government to respect the collective bargaining agreement entered with workers as regards the last tranche of the Paris Club Fund to settle gratuity owed workers and unremitted statutory deductions due to workers and trade unions.
class="MsoNormalA statement prepared by KBC management at the request of the Senate Committee on Information Communication Technology, which is also investigating the matter, indicated that KBC owes more than Sh2.1 billion in unremitted deductions alone as of last month.