- adj. Not reported
- adj. not reported
“But what goes unreported is the outrageous behavior by the members of the media during her speeches.”
“Or, Norm Colemans $75,000 in unreported payments from a prominent Republican businessman?”
“Left unreported is that the President will be practicing his bowing as both Norway and Denmark have monarchs he might meet.”
“Instead, maybe the House should look to rebuke Charlie Rangel for his $600k in unreported income.”
“Another news flash unreported is that standing outside can expose you to ultraviolet radiation leading to skin cancer and untimely death.”
“To suggest as the article does that thousands of minority students are unreported is misleading and really inaccurate.”
“In fact, most violent crimes against sex workers remain unreported.”
“The FDA has "since automated its records but many companies continue to submit data deemed 'inadequate' by the agency, while other studies remain unreported.”
“According to Judith F. Krug, director of the Office for Intellectual Freedom, the number of challenges reflects only incidents reported, and for each reported, four or five remain unreported.”
“When you see this, you know that much of this money goes unreported, which is the way people everywhere deal with oppressive taxation.”
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