untaken

untaken

(ʌnˈteɪkən)
adj
not taken
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The general, unable to control his irritation, will launch his men to the assault like swarming ants, with the result that one-third of his men are slain, while the town still remains untaken.
But about noon of the third day I had stopped in the road to take a precaution which had been suggested by the whip-stroke that had fallen to my share two days before; a precaution which I had afterward decided to leave untaken, I was so loath to institute it; but now I had just had a fresh reminder: while striding heedlessly along, with jaw spread and intellect at rest, for I was prophesying, I stubbed my toe and fell sprawling.
So long as Hector lived and Achilles nursed his anger, and so long as the city of Priam remained untaken, the great wall of the Achaeans stood firm; but when the bravest of the Trojans were no more, and many also of the Argives, though some were yet left alive--when, moreover, the city was sacked in the tenth year, and the Argives had gone back with their ships to their own country--then Neptune and Apollo took counsel to destroy the wall, and they turned on to it the streams of all the rivers from Mount Ida into the sea, Rhesus, Heptaporus, Caresus, Rhodius, Grenicus, Aesopus, and goodly Scamander, with Simois, where many a shield and helm had fallen, and many a hero of the race of demigods had bitten the dust.
Shah Deniz phase 2, part of the Southern Gas Corridor mega-project, is one of the most complex projects we have ever untaken," he said, adding that it spans six countries, involves 11 shareholder companies, with 176 million manhours worked since FID was taken four years ago.
A BRITISH window salesman has won the backing of an EU court in a claim for 13 years' unpaid and untaken holiday.
In this paper, a theoretical framework has been untaken that shows how organization support and trust affects the motivational aspect of employees toward their state of mind; observed behavioral control, subjective standards toward securing of information through the intention and behavior of sharing information.
Next, the Advocate General considers that a worker, like Mr King, may rely on the Directive to secure payment in lieu of untaken leave when no facility has been made available by the employer for exercise of the right to paid annual leave, or if such a facility was only provided part way through the relationship.
These included a shortage of qualified nurses on the unit, lack of consistency in the staff caring for Mr Roberts, medication left untaken alongside his bed, and medical history notes being unavailable until after the weekend.
For example, drivers will accept shorter gaps the longer they have had to wait (either in terms of the total waiting time [12] or the number of untaken gaps that have passed [13]), or the longer they expect to have to wait after the coming gap [14].
An Untaken Road: Strategy, Technology, and the Hidden History of America's Mobile ICBMs by Steven A.
Finally, in addition to notice, an employee is also entitled to be paid for accrued but untaken benefits as at the termination date with Company A, such as accrued annual leave.
Since August of 2015, around one million refugees were allowed entry to Germany; however, the number did not increase due to several procedures untaken by Turkey and a number of European countries to monitor the flow people seeking refuge.