not extinct

See: extant
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Now, there was an old manor-house, where they no longer ate snails, they were quite extinct; but the burdocks were not extinct, they grew and grew all over the walks and all the beds; they could not get the mastery over them--it was a whole forest of burdocks.
It was evident that the fiery temper of the Baskervilles was not extinct in this their last representative.
EVROKO's secretary general Marios Karantonas said that the inglorious closing down of CY shows that thoughtlessness and incompetence in the management of critical issues is not extinct and said that the party will examine the decision of the European Commission to find who's to blame for the closing down of the company.
Horacio Zeballos lead researcher and his team however, confirmed that the species is not extinct and still lives in the forest.
Closed sessions have been rare in modern times, but not extinct - unheard is not unheard of.
Project Description: Southeast Asia is home to the world%s smallest bear species, the Malayan sun bear (Helarctos malayanus) and is seriously threatened, if not extinct, in many areas of mainland Asia.
Although certainly not extinct, the low-bid-wins mentality, if it ever dominated sourcing, seems to be on the wane.
Although rare, such things are thankfully not extinct.
For those who prefer beasts who are not extinct there is also a farm park.
The project enabled Losey to discover that the bug was not extinct, but is much rarer than it used to be.