undisclosed

adjective
un·dis·closed | \ˌən-di-ˈsklōzd \

Definition of undisclosed 

: not made known : not named or identified : not disclosed meeting at an undisclosed location an undisclosed source an undisclosed sum

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One incident was said to have happened in an undisclosed location in Salem, and the other in Plainville, at a Sliders restaurant. Jon Lender, courant.com, "State Police Probe Domestic Violence Claim Against Landry By Young Woman In Secret Affair," 13 July 2018 Custody of the children then transferred from the Office of Refugee Resettlement to ICE, and ICE took the children to undisclosed locations, where ICE oversaw parent-child reunification. Kaila White, azcentral, "What we know — and don't — about how immigrant family reunification works," 12 July 2018 After reviving from comas, both were released from the hospital to an undisclosed location. William Booth, Anchorage Daily News, "Woman exposed to nerve agent in southern England dies; police launch murder investigation," 9 July 2018 Fabian said the parents and children will be reunited in an undisclosed location administered by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and then released to await immigration proceedings. Maria Sacchetti, Washington Post, "Government won’t meet Tuesday deadline to reunite separated parents, children," 9 July 2018 After spending weeks in critical condition, the Skripals slowly got better and were released from the hospital and taken to an undisclosed location for their protection. Matt Dunham And Gregory Katz, chicagotribune.com, "2nd nerve agent poisoning likely not deliberate, British police say," 5 July 2018 Most have been kept in an undisclosed location since then, though some notable paintings were exhibited last year at the Michener Museum in Doylestown. Philly.com, "Hidden for years, some Philly schools' artwork is back - and new school board means to unearth more," 3 July 2018 Mesa's wages would've been well above what is expected for a Championship club, and while the fee officially remains undisclosed, Spanish outlet Marca reports that an overall fee will have seen roughly €10m come Swansea's way. SI.com, "Swansea Confirm Roque Mesa's Permanent Departure for Sevilla Following Loan Stint With La Liga Club," 27 June 2018 And the program running The Valley Beyond got zapped to some undisclosed location, thereby ending any possibility of movement between its realm and our own, according to Dolores. Spencer Kornhaber, The Atlantic, "Westworld’s Virtual Afterlife Might Not Be Fiction," 27 June 2018

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1571, in the meaning defined above

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