unrenewed

ADJECTIVE
  1. not revived
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How To Use unrenewed In A Sentence

  • One of Jacobsen’s chief concerns is the as-yet unrenewed transportation bill that would provide U.S. government funding for new construction. Slow Climb In Materials Stocks Now Boarding
  • The network license server can periodically scan the time-last-renewed list for all outstanding licenses, and may choose to release an unrenewed license for acquisition by another user.
  • The total revenue that the club is bringing in is 50 x $700 or $35,000 each month, leaving 50 unrenewed memberships, which is the equivalent of $35,000.
  • The automaker intends to let the contract go unrenewed.
  • As the Poetry Society found to its cost recently, an unrenewed Internet domain name can quickly fall into the hands of opportunist pornographers.
  • The linklog site itself, sideblog.com, may well be about to vanish, since it seems to have expired on May 30 and languishes unrenewed, alas.
  • For Lauren, a 28-year-old librarian in New York who until recently lived in Pennsylvania, the shame spiral began with an unrenewed car registration. The Shame Spiral
  • But the corresponding wastage on the Southern side was unrenewed and unrenewable. Captains of the Civil War; a chronicle of the blue and the gray
  • Regarded on two continents as today's premier interpreter of Wagner, he arrived in 2004 to take over the Philharmonic, and now, in the wake of an unrenewed contract a few years ago, he is going to Dresden's Staatskapelle. Conducting a Transfer of Power
  • The words thus viewed afford the following doc - trinal propofitidii; That every unrenewed man is un - der the power of atheifm. ' Sermons on the heart
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