untransmitted

untransmitted

(ˌʌntrænzˈmɪtɪd)
adj
not transmitted; not having been transmitted
References in classic literature ?
There was no other attribute that so much impressed her with a sense of new and untransmitted vigour in Pearl's nature, as this never failing vivacity of spirits: she had not the disease of sadness, which almost all children, in these latter days, inherit, with the scrofula, from the troubles of their ancestors.
to reduce the 2.25 percent untransmitted ERs because the numbers are critical in the senatorial contest where the figures among those in numbers 10 to 14 positions are very close," Namfrel said in a press statement issued yesterday.
THE National Citizens' Movement for Free Elections (Namfrel) on Wednesday said the untransmitted election returns may affect the 10th to 14th placer in the senatorial race.
'Comelec municipal and provincial election officers should exert all efforts to transmit unreported ERs to reduce the 2.25 percent untransmitted ERs because the numbers are critical in the senatorial contest where the figures among those in Numbers 10 to 14 positions are very close,' Namfrel said in a statement.
The heightened consciousness mentioned above is a concept that Hampton, Sessions, and Her (2011) refer to as pervasive awareness, explaining that online interaction often makes individuals more cognizant of personal attributes that would have otherwise gone untransmitted. Whereas offline, individuals gradually disclose information as the relationship develops, online users are presented with an immediate and detailed overview of potential partners via their user profiles before any initial interaction:
A BBC spokesperson said: "The BBC has already disclosed to both the Coroner and Operation Resolve, which is staffed by Greater Manchester Police, the BBC's untransmitted footage filmed at the stadium on the day.
(3) Regrettably, due to limited space, I am unable to discuss some very interesting CSO-using plays including Censored Scenes From King Kong (1973, untransmitted) and episodes of the series Shades of Greene (1975 and 1976) as well as The Adventures of Frank (Play for Today, TX: 4/11-11/11/80) to name but a few.
(69) In addition, the states' procedure laws create an assortment of charging instruments of comparable flexibility for plea reductions preindictment, even to misdemeanors like the untransmitted offer made to Frye.
TV watchdog Ofcom said that judge Gary Barlow appeared to tell a member of the production team "we needed one of those" in untransmitted footage after Zoe Alexander's outburst.
Drawing on Henri Lefebvre's view that good historical art vivifies "the vast emptiness which is everyday life," I claim that Morris' evocations of ruptured or fragmented forms of memory in The Defence--forgotten artworks, fragmentary refrains, untransmitted stories, and anonymous songs--were animated by his conviction that "the lesser arts" preserve a redemptive palimpsest of cultural memory.
Fourier methods should be applied only to full (100%) data streams to avoid inferring direct spectral relationships between two adjacent data packets that are in reality separated in time by sections of untransmitted archived data.