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- adj. Not expelled (from somewhere)
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They feared that the credentials of the still unsuspended and unexpelled Left Wing delegates would not be recognized by the party machine in the hands of the Right Wing, and, moreover, that even if they were, these Left Wing delegates would not be in the majority because so many other Left Wing delegates had been expelled from the Party.
Is it not essential, therefore, that the connecting canals and receptacles be cleansed of the fermented debris that may remain unused and unexpelled, before more food be taken by the digestive apparatus?
But there is, in fad, no fuch article of com - aaerce; for even the beft Swedifli iron always retains a porttoa cf the bafis of dephlogifticated air, unexpelled by the operations