The indirect veto of a bill received by the President within ten times of the adjournment of Congress, effected by retaining the balance unsigned until Congress adjourns.
A similar activity exercised by circumstances governor or any other chief executive.
A (de facto) veto of a bill by the US President by restricting Congressional activity from the bill, as, figuratively, by holding the bill in his pocket through to the deadline for signing it's passed away.
indirect veto of legislation by refusing to sign it
The retention because of the President of this US of a bill unsigned such that it cannot be a law, in virtue of following constitutional supply (Const. Art. I., sec. 7, cl. 2): “If any costs shall never be came back by the President within ten days (Sundays excepted) after it shall are presented to him, the same will be a law, in love manner as though he previously finalized it, unless the Congress by their particular adjournment prevent its return, in which case it shall never be a law.” In addition, an analogous retention of a bill by a State governor.