unrenewed


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unrenewed

(ˌʌnrɪˈnjuːd)
adj
1. not renewed or made new
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) not renewed or not given a new spiritual nature
3. not revived
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Adj.1.unrenewed - not revivedunrenewed - not revived        
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I confess I looked with some interest myself towards the old family pew, appertaining to Wildfell Hall, where the faded crimson cushions and lining had been unpressed and unrenewed so many years, and the grim escutcheons, with their lugubrious borders of rusty black cloth, frowned so sternly from the wall above.
In this class, likewise, we must assign places to those who have encountered that worst of ill success, a higher fortune than their abilities could vindicate; writers, actors, painters, the pets of a day, but whose laurels wither unrenewed amid their hoary hair; politicians, whom some malicious contingency of affairs has thrust into conspicuous station, where, while the world stands gazing at them, the dreary consciousness of imbecility makes them curse their birth hour.
Gideon Ines, chief inspector of Makati City police, said the suspect's sister reported to police about the unrenewed license of firearms.
Meanwhile, 52 guns were surrendered to the police by 33 private individuals, two politicians and two running candidates who had expired and unrenewed licenses.
From this date, supporters on the season ticket waiting list can begin purchasing any unrenewed season ticket seats.
David Milch's supremely expensive (but critically beloved) "Deadwood" had been unceremoniously unrenewed after its third season wrapped up, and his follow-up, the bizarre "John From Cincinnati," was an expensive dud.
With Gardner still under 24, Villa will be able to demand compensation if his contract goes unrenewed in the summer, providing they offer him new terms.
The unrenewed expiration of the registration of any transformation event in an important export market could result in entire bulk shipments containing even relatively small percentages of that crop being rejected by the government of an importing country.
Jan Schroth of the International Organisation for Migration says most analyses have found that "economically motivated foreign immigration helps the Czech economy as foreign workers seem to supplement rather than replace natives." He said that, while some domestic policy shifts in recent years taken as anti-crisis measures have seen a number of foreign-worker visas go unrenewed, few of those jobs have been filled by Czech citizens.
CAIRO: Ghabbour (GB) Auto, one of the Middle East's biggest automobile manufacturers, may watch its contract with Hyundai to assemble its Verna model go unrenewed.
However, as allegations persisted and there's a "fairly large public interest," coupled with the unrenewed teaching contracts, a second look was warranted.