- v. present participle of liquidate.
“On sound business grounds the Authority is required to use the proceeds from its wholesale distribution, "so far as may be practicable to assist in liquidating the cost or aiding in the maintenance of the projects of the Authority.”
“In such cases, you are buying a company for less than its short-term liquidating value and you haven't even begun to look at the long-term fixed assets.”
“Think about the percentage of illiquids relative to total fund assets now - likely way beyond the amount stipulated in fund documents as the mostly liquid assets are being sold to meet redemptions while the remainder is left behind as a long-term liquidating stub.”
“WILLIS: Well, we were talking about liquidating, which is taking all the money out.”
“UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It's called a liquidating bankruptcy.”
“She claimed that the idea of liquidating a liberation leader originated from Walus.”
“I'm doing margin loans vs. taking cash out for the DP -- I don't like the idea of liquidating that much (100 plus k) becuase the market went down, and I'd be selling toward the bottom (presumably) -- so I'm going to do margin instead for now which only accounts for 25% of what I have in there, so there's no margin call risk or anything.”
“If a company is not replacing reserves, and they are spending their cash to buy back their shares, and they are not growing their production, that is called liquidating the company," says Amy Myers Jaffe, the associate director of Rice University's energy program in Houston.”
“Too big to fail" meant only that they were not placed in liquidating receiverships (akin to a Chapter 7 "liquidating" bankruptcy).”
“Washington kills the leadership of its enemies with impunity: it tries to kill Osama bin Laden and Mullah Omar and does kill Uday and Qusay Hussein and boasts of its prowess in "liquidating" the al-Qa'ida leadership from rocket-firing "drones".”
Looking for tweets for liquidating.