from The Century Dictionary.
- Not arranged or distributed in proper places; undetermined in regard to place; confused; jumbled.
- Having no place, office, or employment under government.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Not placed.
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- adjective Not assigned a
- adjective horse racing Not among the first three horses to finish a race.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective not one of the first three in a race or competition
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This list included so-called unplaced voters who could be placed in areas such as Soweto's
However, "unplaced voters" have been given a special extended period in which to supply further information to enable the voters 'roll officer to place an "unplaced" voter in a ward.
However, "unplaced voters" have been given an extended period in which to supply information to enable the voters 'roll officer to place an "unplaced" voter in a ward.
The BBC website does list the air date as "unplaced"; however,
Cue Card (94 days), Time For Rupert (95) and Poquelin (96) were all unplaced favourites.
But the alternative is that these children face the even greater risk of remaining unplaced.
Twice Over was edged out to 11-4 from 9-4 by Coral for Saturday's Dubai World Cup at Meydan after being allotted stall 12 of 14, one wider from where he started when unplaced in last year's race.
Cooper was found by the BHA to have passed inside information to Richard Bowe, his cousin, in relation to Masafi before that horse was twice unplaced in June 2009.
In 2007 the well-backed Royal Flush finished unplaced but won its next two races while last year Marching Time finished only fifth but won two of his next three outings.
After the race, racing officials said Uptowncharlybrown was disqualified and unplaced after a weight violation.