unsupplied

unsupplied

(ˌʌnsəˈplaɪd)
adj
1. not supplied (with provisions or resources)
2. (of goods, provisions, or resources) not supplied or provided
3. (of a need or lack) not met; unprovided for
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What would become of a Greenland whale, say, in those shuddering, icy seas of the north, if unsupplied with his cosy surtout?
The "unsupplied mouthful" (American Scene 324), like the New York influenza outbreak in "A Round of Visits," comes to suggest the inner emptiness or frailty that the predominantly material preoccupations of hotel-life produce.
Auditing: Unaudited or unsupplied business information
Apparently many Germans had become smokers, but their supply line was gone and they were now a bunch of unsupplied nicotine addicts.
If you are considering a villa purchase, propertyfinder.ae search and price statistics have consistently shown that affordable villas are an unsupplied and over demanded segment of the market.
This drain on the state treasury can be lowered significantly by filling much of the gap in unsupplied electricity.
When a customer [c.sub.i] is left unsupplied, [y.sub.c] becomes 0 and [beta](c), which is a large constant is applied to the sum.
It's a need that was previously unsupplied and, again, [the projects are] in downtown Abu Dhabi.
HDT has engineered a variety of different strategies that mean their tents require less energy to operate and can therefore go unsupplied longer.
Fourteen transition Holstein cows kept in FSC were allotted into two groups: DFA III supplied (DFA) group (n = 7; body weight [BW] = 755 [+ or -] 29.6 kg; body condition score [BCS] = 3.3 [+ or -] 0.07) and DFA III unsupplied or control (CONT) group (n = 7; BW = 757 [+ or -] 31.0 kg; BCS = 3.4 [+ or -] 0.09) while cow parity varied from 1 to 5 (1 head in parity 1, 2, 4, and 5; 3 heads in parity 3) for each group.
The adjusted Value added Approach This approach postulates the marginal cost of unsupplied electricity is different from the average cost as given in (1) above.