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Unsold

The portion of a company's inventory that customers or clients have not purchased, especially by the end of an accounting period. Unsold inventory may be sold at a discount, given away or even discarded. Too much unsold inventory results in losses.
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Jos Buttler joined England team-mate Stokes at the Royals for around PS488,000, but fellow wicketkeepers Jonny Bairstow and Sam Billings went unsold.
The total unsold stocks from the Sindh was recorded at 43,086 bales and un-ginned stock was registered at 243,408 bales, the data added.
Kumar said that the main reason for a large number of unsold flats is the trust factor.
At the end of the day Tesco stores upload details of their good-quality unsold food via Food-Cloud.
Morrisons recently announced the news of their food give-away in a tweet, which said: "We're rolling our food waste initiative out nationally so that any edible unsold food is donated to charities
BEIRUT: A total of 271 new apartments in Beirut valued at $480 million remained unsold in 2014, a recent study showed, in a sign of stagnation in the real estate sector.
A supply of more than six months worth of unsold homes tilts the market more in the buyer's favor, brokers say.
The bids did not pour in for the England wicketkeeper either, with another name going into the unsold column.
Bearing in mind that over 30 percent of the built apartments remained unsold last year, expectations of construction companies are that this year the gap between the offer and demand will be even bigger.
The high-powered panel, which was to discuss the roadmap for auction of unsold GSM spectrum in Delhi, Mumbai, Rajasthan and Karnataka, has already been deferred twice last month.
FANS who missed out on Games tickets may see their Olympic dreams come true - as prices of remaining unsold seats could be cut.
Now officials from organsiers LOCOG are planning to give away many of the unsold tickets to schoolchildren for free in a bid to avoid the empty stadia seen at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.