- adj. Not designated.
““It’s against company policy to park in undesignated area even if you’re driving a company vehicle that’s shaped like a giant hot dog,” Lindner said.”
“Wealthy districts have also piled up significant cash reserves in so-called undesignated accounts, to be used for emergencies.”
“For one thing, why should Obama (or any candidate) care about what "undesignated" Canadian officials think about their position on NAFTA.”
“This is the same uninspired commission of dunderheads that last year "undesignated" the 1915 Cass Gilbert-designed Austin, Nichols & Company building on the Brooklyn waterfront and the 1968 Jamaica Savings Bank, which kind of looks like those cool Kennedy Airport terminals that vandals trashed last year at an unveiling party gone amok.”
“He said the board will look at fundraising possibilities and how to get more "undesignated" funds that can be used for salaries and other expenses.”
“Contributions designated for the Primary election, or were "undesignated" but contributed during the Primary election, those refunds are up to the "discretion" of the campaign.”
“It created "deeper corners" that will add to storage space, but also opens up some "undesignated" spaces.”
“Must your investors meet certain moral standards defined by you or some as yet undesignated committee of arbiters of social correctness?”
“It is indeed true, as preservation naysayers love to point out, that historic districts have become expensive but it is not because new excessively tall skyscrapers are not allowed; it is because these areas -- and many undesignated ones like them -- are considered the most desirable neighborhoods to live in.”
“The series focuses on a small town in an undesignated part of the Pacific Northwest that is the home to an assortment of scientific geniuses who work for the super-secret, government funded Global Dynamics.”
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