unrepaid

unrepaid

(ˌʌnrɪˈpeɪd)
adj
not repaid
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Pay me my due; though I to pay your due Am all too poor and past what will can mend: Thus of your bounty you must give and lend Still unrepaid by aught I look to do.
Why this strain unwanted, unrepaid, thus prophetic?
Without selfassessment a tax payer would need to volunteer the unrepaid tax to HMRC which in reality would never happen.
Today, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed suit against the bank on behalf of five plaintiffs, all black homeowners from Detroit, saying Morgan Stanley offered large incentives to a subprime lender to originate mortgages that it knew were likely to go unrepaid. All the plaintiffs got loans from New Century Mortgage Corp., a subprime lender, and all those loans have collapsed.
Politicians kowtowed to them, praised them, loaned them taxpayer money that went unrepaid. Even when the cult's patriarch, Bey IVs father, Yusuf Ali Bey, was found through DNA evidence to have raped girls as young as 13 years old, he was still heralded as a community leader.
His cost basis is the consideration he paid for the contract, plus any premiums he paid after the purchase, and less any excludable dividends and unrepaid excludable loans received by him after the purchase.
These unrepaid loans--estimated at $48 billion, or 2 1/2 times the banks' own capital--have increased sevenfold in the last five years.
--while not having the right to prevent transportation by the defined routes, infrastructure managers face problems concerning levying unrepaid charges;
A 46-year-old woman from Morpeth, Northumberland, has alleged she lost thousands of pounds in unrepaid loans during the affair.
A "lump sum" generally includes the cash value of paid-up additions, dividend accumulations, termination dividend, and unrepaid policy loans.
Consequently, if during her years in the workforce she did not outearn the "traditional" allotment, all of her contributions (made in the form of Social Security taxes) go unrepaid. Historians report that these rules were written with the explicit purpose of keeping women home; (241) regardless of their original purpose, they perpetuate the incentive.