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1. The statistics don't reveal of course unrecorded crime.
2. Many of the complaints have gone unrecorded .
3. Much of Poland's private industry goes unrecorded.
4. Much of the research thus goes unrecorded in the standard bibliographies and data-bases.
5. Clearly, many crimes go unrecorded, either because they are undiscovered, or because they are not reported to the police.
6. The black economy refers to those unrecorded economic transactions conducted on a cash basis with a view to illegal evasion of tax.
7. Alas, the author of this historic remark is unrecorded.
8. Throughout history, countless good deeds have gone unrecorded.
9. Many crimes go unrecorded .
10. It was precisely during these remote and largely unrecorded periods that some of the most crucial changes took place.
11. Manufactured from magnetic media that was previously unrecorded.
12. Such unrecorded revenue is recorded by making an adjusting entry at the end of the period.
13. Folldore comprises the unrecorded traditions of a people.
14. Since cash transactions are unrecorded(sentencedict.com), they can easily go unreported.
15. Linguistic ethnology reveals the unrecorded history of Thai feminism.
16. In truth, such deaths were probably going unrecorded for decades before that.
16. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and create good sentences.
17. Valuation deals with potential overstatement and completeness with unrecorded transactions and files.
18. The invention of the Tangram puzzle is unrecorded in history.
19. The number of patients granted refills at their pharmacies is unrecorded.
20. The tragic stories - the quiet or violent deaths of the unrecorded poor - were rarely told.
21. Selvon and Harris may have written in the freedom of knowing that they came from largely unrecorded backgrounds.
22. None the less, unofficial exports between neighbouring countries are likely to continue to increase, but to go largely unrecorded.
23. On this battleground no act of bravery, no deed of chivalry, would go unrecorded.
24. Freedom from the restraining hand of a squire or a parson no doubt encouraged enterprise but it meant that much activity went unrecorded.
25. Yet, the World Health Organization believes that almost forty percent of all the births go unrecorded.
26. A majority of snake-bite victims seek traditional treatment and may die at home unrecorded.
27. Yet World Health Organization believes that almost 14 percent of all birth go unrecorded.
28. The unconscious is the unwritten history of mankind from time unrecorded.
29. The unccious is the unwritten history of mankind from time unrecorded.
30. Many additional jobs among contract and temporary staff, particularly in textiles are likely to gone unrecorded.
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