unattended to

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A method of terminating territorial disputes between the States, under the authority of the federal head, was not unattended to, even in the imperfect system by which they have been hitherto held together.
Elizabeth was pleased to find his memory so exact; and he afterwards took occasion to ask her, when unattended to by any of the rest, whether ALL her sisters were at Longbourn.
You forget that she is my housekeeper, and that my domestic affairs must remain unattended to, should Louisa accept of half the kind offers you are so good as to make her.
A very cordial meeting passed between him and Edmund; and with the exception of Fanny, the pleasure was general; and even to her there might be some advantage in his presence, since every addition to the party must rather forward her favourite indulgence of being suffered to sit silent and unattended to.
Frosty mornings will catch many people out who, to avoid being late for work, will leave cars unattended to defrost and pop back into the house.
The first frosty morning of the year will catch many people out who, to avoid being late for work, will leave cars unattended to defrost and pop back into the house.
Inspector Andy Wignall says: "Criminals know that drivers leave their cars unattended to defrost and warm up.
DCI Paul Hesketh said: "Criminals know that drivers leave their cars unattended to defrost and warm up.
The briefing package notes incidents in which caregivers were impaired by alcohol, left the infant in a tub with a toddler who held the infant's head under water, and incidents where the caregiver left the infant unattended to watch television or play a video game.
Library robotics and compatible software run unattended to eliminate human intervention and error.