unreversed

unreversed

(ˌʌnrɪˈvɜːst)
adj
(Law) (of a sentence, decree, decision, etc) not reversed, overturned, or repealed
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Wade remains unreversed, but untrammelled abortion rights are rejected by most Americans, and in practice abortion is becoming less common and less accepted.
Bottom line: Reading the record in the light most favorable to the judges ruling, and keeping in mind that his decision must stand if any reasonable view of the evidence supports it, I believe the unreversed findings and the uncontested evidence establish under controlling precedent that [the defendant] was an overnight guest in a constitutional sense, Thompson wrote.
The taxpayer must also not have incurred an unreversed penalty for a "significant amount" during the tax period in the prior three years.
Unreversed Appraisal: Eric feels happy because he got what he wanted.
715, 755 (2011) (finding that between 2006 and 2010 95.83% of all unreversed district court decisions considered the transformativeness of the defendant's use, while between 1995 and 2000 only 70.45% of decisions did so).
So, she anchored her vote on the unreversed doctrine in Frivaldo vs Comelec (June 26, 1996) that in case of doubt in the interpretation of constitutional and legal provisions involving popular sovereignty, it is best to interpret such provisions in a manner that enables our electorate to freely elect their chosen leaders.
Frank omits failures that others on the Left deplore: the Obama Administration's secretiveness; its expansion of the surveillance state; the continued operation of Guantanamo; the ongoing military operations in Afghanistan; the wider use and limitless scope of drone attacks; the unreversed, unstopped, unslowed death spiral of the labor movement; the absence of new gun control legislation; and climate change, "the greatest threat of the age," according to Bromwich, in response to which "Obama taught America dimly, worked part-time at half-measures, was silent for years at a stretch and never tried to lead."
The evidence that Russia has suffered such a steep decline, unreversed ever since the collapse of the Soviet Union, is unprecedented in a peace-time history of any industrialized nation.
However by the end of 1982 the greater parts of mergers of the 1960s were still unreversed. A slightly higher proportion of unrelated, than related acquisitions, were resold, but the difference is not significant statistically.
In reversing the scoring order of negatively worded items to set all responses in the same direction, it is usually observed "that reversed 'negative' items indicate something different than their unreversed 'positive' counterparts" (Wright & Stone, 2004, p.