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  • adj. Not litigated.


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un- +‎ litigated


  • An earlier generation, faced with the even worse inauguration date of March 4 had the wit to amend the Constitution, via the almost unknown, because unlitigated, 20th Amendment, which moved Inauguration Day up to the present January 20.

    Sanford Levinson: The Constitution as a Regulatory System: Inaugurating a New President

  • Well thank Ghod is all I can say, the Boston airwaves are all but bereft of wingnut windbags, Howie's proposed and as yet unlitigated move to WTKK will bring a welcome note of diversity to all white liberals infesting local radio.

    The Chimes at Midnight

  • Judge Joyner of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania considered this surprisingly unlitigated question in H.H.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Any claim that does not fit this criterion will be left unlitigated since the poor and middle class would be unable to pay the high costs associated with medical malpractice litigation.

    Business, Law, Economics & Society

  • Even more astonishing is that members of the family who were removed from the flight are now threatening to sue the airline over saving the lives of more than 100 people, proving the old saying that no good deed goes unlitigated.

  • Also, the Court of Appeals has a firm grasp on what the law is, so unless it is basically an unlitigated area of law (rare) or the Supreme Court is just aching to turn over precedent

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