a substantial amount of money is unaccounted for
not included in (an account or calculation) through being lost or disregarded.
Just look at the problems in the Defence Department with hundreds of millions of dollars in assets 'unaccounted' for.
Most are unknown to authorities and 'unaccounted' for in statistics, seeming to have disappeared and be living on the edges of society.
Multitudes of people are still reported missing and 'unaccounted' for.
A criminal investigation is now underway, and at least one document is still 'unaccounted' for.
By 8 p.m. it was understood that Eoin Barry and Gerry Shannon were still 'unaccounted' for.
French sources claim that samples of Benchellali's ricin have been found in the UK and say several jars are 'unaccounted' for.
However, three Irish people were among those still 'unaccounted' for.
Fancy that - not only are the funds 'unaccounted' for, but they are protecting those that won't respond!
Late last week up to 700 of its staff were still 'unaccounted' for.
Although most of the totals were posted, several voting districts were left 'unaccounted' for.
But at this point, the Pentagon is just listing them as missing and 'unaccounted' for.
The Evening Press reported in August how the money, believed to be in notes, was 'unaccounted' for - sparking a major inquiry.
Of 48 persons reported missing during the year in the region, only one remained 'unaccounted' for at the end of the year.
Ten Britons are 'unaccounted' for and described as of ‘particular concern’.
One person remains 'unaccounted' for after Sunday night's storms and tornadoes.
Those inspectors said large quantities of biological agents remained 'unaccounted' for as recently as this year.
Four others are still 'unaccounted' for, and officials say those people may not have been home at the time of the fire.
Penalties may also be applied in the case of an inactive account or of any 'unaccounted' for withdrawals in your returns.
Today, of course, they and many other known weapons are still 'unaccounted' for.
The authority claims £200,000 it paid the company to set up this year's festival was still 'unaccounted' for.
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