Definitions

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  • adj. Not implemented; not put into operation/service

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Examples

  • But because for years we have been taking costs out of our business - a year ago we had targeted $10 million of costs out of the combined business with CSBU, $5 million roughly on each side; as we've said, we've exceeded that by several million dollars that's already been implemented - we don't have a lot of kind of unimplemented cost reductions to do right now that, as long as things continue to go on in the way they are.

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

  • It is the longest outstanding unimplemented ruling involving Britain.

    Nick Clegg struggling to avoid giving violent prisoners the right to vote

  • In many London boroughs there are many unimplemented planning permissions that could go some way to providing much needed housing but for lack of finance or because, to avoid flooding the market, the developers do not proceed with the development.

    Letters: Planning a better future together

  • Peace is not achieved through unilateral approaches to the U.N. or by joining forces with the Hamas terror organization, Netanyahu said in a statement, referring to a recent, unimplemented agreement between Abbas and the violently anti-Israel group that rules Gaza to unite their rival governments.

    Palestinian leader Abbas to ask for full U.N. membership

  • Things that are very much self-evident, but in the case of Greece are still remaining unimplemented because of lack of vision, decisiveness and political consent.

    Thanos Dimadis: The Challenge of Privatization and the Greek Debt

  • Despite the movement's success, today many of Chaudhry's reforms remain unimplemented and the expansion of judicial power and independence, though substantial, still falls far short of that found in most democracies.

    Ehsan Zaffar: Amid a Turbulent Year, a Rare Sign of Hope in Pakistan

  • In 2009, one of the computer scientists who worked on California's landmark "Top-to-Bottom Review" of all e-voting systems used in the state whose findings were cited in Alaska still-unimplemented "Security Project" objected to the EAC's misuse of security data from that study in their federal testing and blasted the commission for having inappropriately certified the Assure 1.2 system at the federal level in the bargain.

    Brad Friedman: Why Joe Miller Should Call for a Transparent 'Hand Count' of All Ballots Cast in Alaska

  • This design remained largely unimplemented, however, for most of 400 years, as clergy settled for matins and evensong with holy communion no more than monthly or even quarterly.

    The Book of Common Prayer, part 5: The importance of evensong

  • Kotz never explains if anything could have been done to detect Bear Stearns 'diminishing capital and increasing investment risk before its March 2008 crisis, but he does point out that recommendations made to streamline the program in 2002 remained largely unimplemented in 2008.

    Mary Shannon Little: Economic Reform is Overdue

  • If you wish to refer to the years of conflict soon after Israel's birth then please correctly address UN Resolutions 181, 191 and 194 which remain unimplemented.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

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