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- adj. Not recovered.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not recovered; not found or restored.
- Irrecoverable. (Davies.)
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All were almost certainly killed, and their bodies remain unrecovered to this day.
This was primarily due to short term unrecovered material economics in both Power Solutions and Building Efficiencies, which we don't expect to continue into Q1, and also the depressive impact of the Plastech acquisition.
According to the present mode of reckoning Mr Phillips with his sixteen seems I mention him because his unrecovered is the greatest to do more but the reckoning is deceptive.
Elisha Mitchell's Private Notebook, 1818-1847 [Containing Miscellaneous Comments on Mathematics, Musicology, Electricity, Natural Sciences, and History and Personal Accounts and Notes on Readings and Letters Received]
You know she writes for Standard. "[unrecovered]" — & they say the "grey mare is the better horse" altogether.
The "unrecovered" category includes carcasses that are unavailable to scientists, such as when carcasses are found in remote locations.
I was among the missing dead of the Martinez disaster, an unrecovered body.
Despite the significant unrecovered losses from 2002 to 2007, we want to assure everyone that our current financial condition is sound.
The infamous Gardner thieves, still at large, never got that memo: Some 22 years ago, burglars spirited away three Rembrandts, a Vermeer and nine other still unrecovered works from the galleries.
I have heard countless stories of point-blank shots and unrecovered deer with buckshot.
But what really seemed to hurt me was right at the top of Page One: a judgment for $60 from the local library for unrecovered property.