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Antonyms for consummated

brought to completion

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The prosecutors argued that the crime of drug importation 'was not yet fully consummated' as it was not yet known, at that time, that the contents of the container van were dangerous drugs worth P6.4 billion.
One day, the dispute reached such a level that he divorced her on the phone, when the two of them were in two different countries and the marriage had not even been consummated.
Garibaldi, Morford & Dodds/ CORFAC International has announced a long-term sale/leaseback agreement has been consummated for four Class A office buildings occupied by Bristol-Myers Squibb Company totaling 872,551 s/f.
Love between partners is always fully consummated when the sex, in whatever form, they are having is right for them.
LISA Marie Presley yesterday denied her marriage to Michael Jackson was a publicity stunt and said it was consummated.
The acquisition of Calumet Bank may not be consummated before the fifteenth calendar day after the effective date of this order, and the proposal may not be consummated later than three months after the effective date of this order, unless such period is extended for good cause by the Board or by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, acting pursuant to delegated authority.
However, subsequent events may determine whether a taxpayer actually intended to consummate (or has actually consummated) the plans for which it accumulated the E&P.
The Palestinian leadership will never be satisfied by Israel giving up pieces of territory until the objective of the Palestinians is consummated: eliminating Israel entirely.
The collaboration has been consummated by an agreement between Chemeq Ltd and the University of WA, the terms of which stipulate that all intellectual properties and rights (including commercial) remain with Chemeq Ltd.
In the first example, according to Treasury regulations section 1.12331(a)(1), the short sale is not consummated until the short seller delivers the stock to close it.
"We are pleased to have taken this step toward a transaction that would, if consummated, be accretive to Nucor sharedholders and would also benefit our customers and employees," says Nucor president and CEO Daniel R.
According to the Form 8-K filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission, if the present transaction is consummated, it is unlikely that any assets will be available to distribute to Genesis shareholders.
He said the couple had consummated their marriage - despite a difficult honeymoon - and could not claim an annulment.
Mergers that were consummated after the introduction of the Medicare prospective payment system (PPS) and those between similar-sized hospitals displayed greater positive changes in operating patterns.
Does the company's legal counsel have enough merger and acquisition experience to assure that the purchase agreement does not leave the owners at risk after the deal is consummated?