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- n. The act of extinguishing, putting out, or quenching, or the state of being extinguished.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of extinguishing, putting out, or quenching, or the state of being extinguished; extinction; suppression; destruction; nullification.
- n. The annihilation or extinction of a right or obligation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of extinguishing; a bringing to an end: as, the extinguishment of a fire, or of life.
- n. In law, the extinction or annihilation of a right, an estate, etc., by merging or consolidating it with another, generally with one greater or more extensive.
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But language urging the "extinguishment" of second liens carries the effect of principal forgiveness, rather than forbearance.
Nisga'a "extinguishment" agreement is widely considered a template for these negotiations, which the federal and provincial governments are eager to complete.
Excluding items, restructuring-related and debt extinguishment charges, the loss was 18 cents.
Excluding charges from restructuring and debt-extinguishment, earnings slipped to 24 cents a share from 30 cents.
Excluding debt-extinguishment costs and tax-related items, earnings were up at 67 cent from 44 cents.
Rural/Metro, which is based in Scottsdale, Okla., reported in February that its fiscal second-quarter loss narrowed as revenue rose 6% and losses on debt extinguishment fell sharply.
Excluding items such as a loss on early extinguishment of debt, earnings fell to six cents a share from 20 cents.
Net income for the second quarter included a loss on early extinguishment of debt of $7.6 million incurred in connection with a refinancing in April.
Net income decreased 23% to $27 million for fiscal 2010 due to a $62 million pretax loss on debt extinguishment.
The latest period included $17 million in charges from the early extinguishment of $1.0 billion in borrowings and $21 million of investment portfolio securities gains.
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