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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of prepackage.
- adj. That has been packaged prior to being sold
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- adj. prepared and wrapped beforehand and ready for sale
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KING: And, Ali, you hear this term prepackaged bankruptcy, that GM has been working on this, along with the administration's auto task force.
After deciding to try to eliminate the additives and chemical preservatives in prepackaged foods from our meals, I turned back to the simple, economical recipes that my mother used.
If GM and Chrysler pursue the administration's bankruptcy plan, as most of the two auto makers 'insiders now expect, the process most likely wouldn't involve what is often called a prepackaged bankruptcy.
One person close to the situation said Hostess, if it decided to file, would try for a so-called prepackaged bankruptcy that had advanced support from creditors and limited the company's stay in court.
In that scenario, Lee would aim to file a so-called prepackaged bankruptcy that would have enough support from creditors to get a reorganization plan approved quickly and limit its stay under Chapter 11 court protection, the people said.
MGM ultimately declared a so-called prepackaged bankruptcy that satisfied creditors and put its control in the hands of the founders of Spyglass Entertainment.
But after months of research, including analysis done by top bankruptcy advisers, the company has come to believe it could emerge from what is known as a prepackaged bankruptcy, said the person familiar with the matter.
The company is considering a so-called prepackaged bankruptcy, in which the company's creditors agree to a bankruptcy plan even before the filing in hopes of limiting the amount of time the company is in bankruptcy and helping improve the company's prospects upon emergence.
You know, and I think you might see some political consensus around what they're describing as a prepackaged bankruptcy where you would have the companies going to Chapter 11 with all of the power that gives the company versus its creditors.
What about the idea of the so-called prepackaged bankruptcy?
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