not officially recognized and recorded.
translation of 'unregistered'
But officials believe as many as 1m 'unregistered' items in private hands could make the grade.
They offer an extensive record search service, which includes wills and 'unregistered' land.
The campaign to eliminate 'unregistered' hounds met with strong opposition from owners, who tried to hide their pets.
If anyone sees a car 'unregistered' please call any Garda Station.
Police are concerned that significant numbers of staff will still be 'unregistered' by February, and therefore unable to work legally.
There were also 'unregistered' medicines, which were imported from countries, such as Taiwan and Germany.
The real figure may be even higher considering that many prostitutes work in concealed and 'unregistered' places, he said.
Then, as riders slowed, the police confiscated 'unregistered' bikes within their reach.
Many children will not even exist officially, that is, will go 'unregistered' .
Firstly we had to register our visa with the police - if you are caught with an 'unregistered' visa in Russia you can be put in jail.
The reason for the difference is that a lot of milk production is 'unregistered' as very small producers use and sell their produce locally.
On 28 July an official strike against 'unregistered' labour on the docks began.
There was an arrest earlier today, someone who had an 'unregistered' gun.
But almost half were unable to offer an urgent appointment for 'unregistered' patients either on the NHS or privately.
Police and trading standards officials will be visiting car boot sales in a bid to stop 'unregistered' dealers passing themselves off as car booters.
Another 600,000 'unregistered' weapons are thought to be floating around.
No staff member had first-aid training and there was an 'unregistered' nurse available for only three hours per day.
And if they do express this demand, it tends to go 'unregistered' (e.g. the boss simply ignores it).
They clarified for us the powers of dog rangers and dog officials to seize 'unregistered' or offending dogs.
An allotment amnesty is to be held to allow 'unregistered' holders to turn in their plots to be correctly recorded.
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