unsuspended

unsuspended

(ˌʌnsəˈspɛndɪd)
adj
1. (of a person) not suspended or temporarily deprived of a position or privilege
2. (of a privilege) not suspended or removed temporarily
3. (Law) (of a criminal sentence) not suspended or deferred; put into effect immediately
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His thought had been unsuspended; he was becoming ill with thinking; eaten out with thinking, withered by thinking; scourged out of all his former pulsating flexuous domesticity.
He said: "We believe Parliament can be unsuspended and will be asking the Court of Session to do exactly that either tomorrow or on Friday."
This is in respect of which an unsuspended sentence of at least 12 months' imprisonment was imposed or any offence involving any act which could reasonably be considered to be dishonest (and, for the avoidance of doubt, irrespective of the actual sentence imposed); or in respect of an directly analogous offence in a foreign jurisdiction (and, for the avoidance of doubt, irrespective of the actual sentence imposed).
Some of the licences were unsuspended after the fishermen signed a pledge to never repeat the violation.
Spectators noted that the sound of rain hitting the tarp drowned out the voices on stage and the proximity of a railroad level crossing meant the shrill whistle of steam locomotives frequently unsuspended the disbelief the performers worked hard to instill in their rapt audience.
In order to participate in the Medical Cannabis Program, physicians must apply to the Bureau to be registered with the program; demonstrate to the Bureau, by training or expertise, that he/she is qualified in treating serious medical conditions; successfully complete the required four-hour course established by the Bureau; and hold a valid, unexpired, unrevoked, unsuspended West Virginia license to practice medicine.
where k is suspension stiffness, c is damping of suspension damper, [y.sub.fr], [y.sub.fl], [y.sub.rl] and [y.sub.rl] are vertical displacement of unsuspended mass at front and rear axle, [y.sub.fr], [y?.sub.fl], [y?.sub.rr] and [y?.sub.rl] are vertical vibration displacement of front and rear suspension.
(256) In this realm of positive rights, judicial capacity seems more in question, (257) and the CCS A has a "strong preference for relying on legislative and executive measures to define the substance of these rights." (258) For example, commentators have noticed that the CCSA "has more readily relied on weaker remedies where the policy issues are relatively complex and need to be built up incrementally over time." (259) In fact, David Landau notes that, in these cases, an unsuspended invalidation "is likely to drive the court up against real constraints on its capacity," raising the fear of political backlash and noncompliance.
If you unsuspended the GPS before climbing to the required altitude, it gave guidance for the turn--even if the airplane was too low and on the wrong heading.
Unfortunately, the page ended up being shut down after a couple of months because it ended up being suspended more often than it was unsuspended! Funnily enough, people seem to complain after someone decides to spread rumours about them on the internet.
The wheel axles are unsuspended, such that the rear axle is mounted on a pivoting joint to enable wheels contact on uneven ground.