UNCAST


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UNCASTUnited Nations Conference on the Application of Science and Technology for the Benefit of the Less Developed Areas
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Fox is moving full speed ahead with its "X-Men" spinoff "Wolverine," even though many roles are still uncast. Unlike "X-Men," "Wolverine" rests solidly on Hugh Jackman's shoulders.
In many shareholder meetings the proxy poll votes lodged by institutional investors and others remain uncast and there is no formal record of these uncast votes, despite these typically representing many times more shares than those held by shareholders and their representatives attending the meeting.
The group window contains four buttons for voting ("Yes," "No," "Undecided," and "Uncast"), and a bar chart showing the tallies of the participants' votes.
Some $4 million is what Wise Policy reportedly paid for Mandate's uncast remake of Korean hit "My Sassy Girl." The bid battle for hit Korean morality play "The King and the Clown," repped by CJ Ent., pushed the asking price above $2 million.
An uncast ballot is a decision to let the individuals who do vote make the decision for you.
A switch by three Bush electors, along with the uncast Gore vote, would throw the election to the House.
Mol plays a woman married to one man (as yet uncast) and courted by another (Fiennes).
The average was about 7.5% of shares supporting the proposal (if abstentions and uncast votes were counted, the number would be lower).
The Nicole Kidman starrer "Dogville," which reaped controversy and kudos at Cannes, forms the first part of projected trilogy (now sans Kidman), with "Manderlay," as yet uncast, the second part.
For CanWest's Ten, Screentime has engaged Tony Buckley to produce a two-part mini-series adaptation of Bryce Courtney's novel "Jessica." Set 100 years ago, it is the story of an (as yet uncast) Outback woman's struggle for survival.