[ US /ənəˈmɛndɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnɐmˈɛndɪd/ ]
  1. (of legislation) not amended
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How To Use unamended In A Sentence

  • With respect to the Second beneficiary who rejected the amendment, the Credit will remain unamended .
  • At the tea parties, in the attempts by states including Virginia to "nullify" health care, and in parts of the originalism jurisprudence of conservatives on the Roberts Court, there is strong sense of nostalgia for the unamended Constitution and the ideas of our founding, even when those ideas have been repudiated by subsequent constitutional history and overruled or limited by constitutional Amendments. Doug Kendall: Thurgood Marshall, Elena Kagan, and Our Constitution Today
  • This legislation is top of the Government's list of priorities, and three-line whips will be used to try to get it through unamended before the election.
  • This document, which says that Bush received only 40 points, is stamped April 10th, 1974, and is unamended.
  • On Mr Clarke's crucial compromise that judges will decide the lesser category of control orders the Labour majority bounced back to 89 with 23 rebels, from the earlier majority of 14 when the unamended version of the bill was voted on.
  • It is wholly artificial to complain that the unamended pleading would have made a difference to the way in which the evidence was approached and dealt with.
  • In its unamended form the agreement extended the licence to any ‘Affiliate’ of Beckman: in substance to any entity within the Beckman group.
  • These are, however, simply what the Government currently says the Bill is supposed to do and what it intends to do with it, not what the Bill itself says, and the Bill emerged from Committee largely unamended.
  • That was the case here, and, as I have stated, the parents could have appealed against the maintenance of the statement in its unamended form a short while after they launched their second appeals to the Tribunal.
  • I conclude that claims 1 and 20 of the unamended specification are anticipated by Brown disclosure of intermediates, and that claims 1 and 20 of the amended specification are obvious in the light of Brown.
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