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- adj. Not liquidated; unascertained.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not liquidated; not exactly ascertained; not adjusted or settled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not liquidated; not settled; unadjusted: as, an unliquidated debt; unliquidated accounts. See liquidate.
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There are transferred to the Department of State (a) all of the functions of the Office with respect to the aforesaid corporations, (b) the duty of winding up any affairs relating to the Office and functions terminated by this order which shall remain unliquidated on the effective date of this order, (c) the records, property, and funds of the Office, and (d) so much of the personnel of the Office as shall remain therein on the effective date of this order.
Yes, there are a number of uncertainties — Will contingent obligations (like guaranty claims, or liabilities on asserted but as yet unliquidated lawsuit claims) become due?
Yes, there are a number of uncertainties — Will contingent obligations like guaranty claims, or liabilities on asserted but as yet unliquidated lawsuit claims become due?
Under the temporary pressure of pecuniary liabilities, contracted with a view to their immediate liquidation, but remaining unliquidated through a combination of circumstances, I have been under the necessity of assuming a garb from which my natural instincts recoil — I allude to spectacles — and possessing myself of a cognomen, to which I can establish no legitimate pretensions.
The Prescribed Rate of Interest Amendment Bill, which provides for creditors to receive interest on unliquidated debt, was also read a second time after a brief debate.
Congress at its last session having made no provision for executing the fifteenth article of the treaty, by which the United States assume to make satisfaction for the "unliquidated claims" of our citizens against
The 22 billion dollars of unexpended balances tentatively indicated as of June 30, 1947, comprise both unobligated authorizations and unliquidated obligations.
Most of the unliquidated obligations result from transactions booked during the war years.
This left 141 billion dollars in unobligated authorizations and unliquidated obligations.
In certain appropriations, such as those for long-cycle procurement, considerable carry-over of unliquidated obligations into future years is to be expected and is necessary.