- adj. That has not been issued
“Clay: In about '60 an old man who lived near us and dealed mostly as a junkyard showed up in town with a wooden case of unissued military Model 12s complete with Ordinance markings of flame and bomb.”
“Companies have paid more than $100 million for unissued leases across the region, money the government has not offered to refund while also not granting the go-ahead to drill on public lands, the lawsuit said.”
“An environmental group that has protested hundreds of unissued leases in Wyoming, including some listed in the lawsuit, said the BLM is doing its job by looking closely at the leases it offers for sale.”
“The companies have paid a total of $4.5 million for the 118 unissued leases in Wyoming and Utah, according to the lawsuit.”
“CHEYENNE, Wyo. mdash; The petroleum industry sued the federal government Monday to try to force action on a backlog of hundreds of unissued federal oil ...”
“The petroleum industry sued the federal government Monday to try to force action on a backlog of hundreds of unissued federal oil and gas leases in the Rocky Mountain region.”
“For this purpose, Bharti Wal-Mart has issued 12 crore new shares from the unissued share capital of the firm, equally divided between the JV partners, at R10 each.”
“Also included in the set are two unissued album projects with Clyde Otis and Bobby Scott, as well as an unreleased compilation and a disc with her last seven Columbia recordings.”
“Incidentally, while the "Genius" box, atypically, does not include any video component, Sony has also issued two new deluxe editions of the classic 1969 album "Bitches Brew" that both contain a DVD of a previously unissued Copenhagen concert from that year.”
“The Other Side of This Life (previously unissued) 13.”
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