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- adj. Not expired.
- adj. Of food, still edible.
- adj. Of an agreement, coupon, or law, still in force.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not having come to an end or been terminated by passage of time
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HCL Technologies has $297 million of total outstanding hedges unexpired from the $1 billion cover, which runs till June 2011, Sandip Gupta, deputy chief financial officer, said.
When you leave, if you still have any 'unexpired' Reserve Liability then that kicks in again.
"iron ration" on them, and this they consumed, with the "unexpired" portion of their previous day's ration.
Blockbuster is now trying to cancel the unexpired leases on those stores, which it projects will save the company $19 million over the remaining terms of the contracts.
Joe Manchin won in West Virginia - after pointedly distancing himself from Obama - for the unexpired portion of the late Sen. Robert C. Byrd's term, and Attorney General Richard Blumenthal was victorious in Connecticut, dispatching Linda McMahon, former CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment.
Much as he demurred, she compelled him to receive back the unexpired portion of his rent.
That's usually good for owners of traditional commodity ETFs, like U.S. Oil Fund, which buys oil only in the front month—or the contract with the nearest unexpired date.
I am, and have a right to be proud of this opportunity of saying even this much, but you will be glad to hear that from pecuniary assistance, and a still unexpired somthing which belongs to my name I have been enabled to place a Daughter  with a £40 premiums in a situation in which she may procure a living when I am under the turf.
One final thought for the trolls: how do you think a Republican from Mass. is going to vote if he wants a political life beyond the unexpired term he was elected to fill?
They are changing the definition of the word expired to mean unexpired.