unrendered

unrendered

(ʌnˈrɛndəd)
adj
1. (Cookery) not melted
2. (Building) not covered in plaster or stucco
3. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) not translated
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Similarly, a union could be guilty of ULP (i) if it causes the employer to discriminate against workers (except in certain unique situations recognized by law), or (ii) if it causes the employer to pay for unrendered services.
Challa Communications, the firm contracted by Safaricom to relay KCPE results via SMS, has started refunding customers for double billing and unrendered services.
You don't need to imagine the full, proud bushes and beards, for there they are on the pages in front of you: The original Joy of Sex (the book has since been updated several times) is most famous for its lush, loving, and frank drawings, which leave no hair follicle unrendered, regardless of its location.
Because this is the kind of campaign that takes you places in an unrendered way and as it travels it starts toengage the whole world, and all ages and all races.
“We assure businesses that our assistants will complete their tasks, as such, we are offering a money-back guarantee for clients, should billed tasks be deemed unrendered,” said Mendoza.
The dark gray area corresponds to the second term: it is unrendered pixel area that is inside the projected triangle.
Leaving large areas around the perimeter of the drawing mostly unrendered focuses the color on key landscape areas and saves time (Figure 2-59).
On the most obvious level, a play about death, its action driven by the vengeful anger of a restless ghost, finds haunted echoes in a film that's blurred, decomposed, fragmented and manipulated, full of partly or fully erased figures, jarring jumps, continuity lapses and even blank-screen "unrendered" sections that correspond to shifting dimensions of reality.
Predictably, Jordan proves a less than ethical and competent judge and flees the country, his verdict unrendered.
Accordingly, if the promisee is awarded damages measured by cost of completion, rather than by diminisbed-value damages (the difference between the value of his property as it is, and the value it would have if the services were rendered), he would not use the damage award to complete the unrendered performance.
He also admitted allowing access to unrendered animal by-products.
Primarily two-dimensional drawings or unrendered, quick sketches are used for communication of the design ideas, which require ,Dome training or familiarity to be quickly comprehended and non-architects are unused to drawing:.