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- adj. Not cleared (of rubble, snow etc)
- adj. That has not been through the clearing process, and whose amount of cash has not been transferred between accounts.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not cleared; not rid of objects or obstructions
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"I feel good about them even when they complain about something such as uncleared snow in the alley."
Obviously the $4500 check was somehow "uncleared" after a week, and an additional 400 dollars have now been eaten up out of my account.
Additionally, they reviewed objectives established by the Group of 20 industrial and developing nations in September 2009, including the use of clearinghouses to reduce risk, moving over-the-counter products onto trading platforms, and requiring tougher margin and capital standards for uncleared swaps.
For one to be granted, the complainant has to show that litter was persistently left uncleared, and a request to the land manager to clean it was ignored.
Global regulators are writing new rules for the OTC market that will force standardized swaps to be executed on transparent trading platforms and routed through clearinghouses, leaving complex trades in their uncleared, bilateral format.
Mr. Geithner said Monday that a standard for "uncleared" derivatives, a contract that isn't cleared through a third party, is needed to prevent a shift in derivatives business to less-regulated countries.
Higher costs on uncleared derivatives would create an incentive for banks and other companies to avoid such products.
Geithner urged global regulators to develop common standards to ensure banks trading in the uncleared derivatives market have enough collateral to weather future economic crises.
Two Sanitation Department managers responsible for southern Brooklyn — where reports of uncleared streets were among the worst — will be reassigned to other jobs, the department said Thursday.
Joan rode on among the avenues of young cocoanut-palms, saw a hornbill, followed it in its erratic flights to the high forest on the edge of the plantation, heard the cooing of wild pigeons and located them in the deeper woods, followed the fresh trail of a wild pig for a distance, circled back, and took the narrow path for the bungalow that ran through twenty acres of uncleared cane.
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