Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of delist.
  • noun Formal removal from an official list.

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Examples

  • Despite the removal of medium-term delisting risk, Olympus's future remains uncertain as it looks for new management and a potential capital tie-up that could help the company restore its financial health and credibility, which was deeply eroded by the scandal.

    Olympus Is Likely to Remain Listed

  • In its own head fake MMX announced its delisting from the Toronto Stock Exchange.

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  • The Ontario chiefs association called the delisting of powerful sniper rifles and other self-loading weapons "disturbing."

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  • Message boards around the web are already filled with messages of delisting, which is usually attributable to bear raids.

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  • While the Tigers remain non-committal on Polak's future, a delisting is the most likely scenario as the club embarks on a mission of rebuilding based on youth.

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  • "They did not come much closer to getting substantial security guarantees, and even the largely symbolic 'delisting' of North Korea as a terrorist state caused much controversy in the United States and elsewhere, and led to demands for new concessions from it in return," Toloraya writes in The New Korean Cold War.

    John Feffer: Give Me Abolition... But Not Yet

  • And feel free to get back to Blogging Tories co-founder Stephen Taylor and ask him if publicly promoting the deaths of financially-disadvantaged Canadians is starting to get into BT "delisting" territory.

    Dear Kate: Get a terminal disease and die, OK?

  • In response, Treasury released about 100 pages of documents last week, not all of the documents required by the court order, specifically excluding copies of "delisting" petitions .

    Over 90,000 Served or No, Grandma is Not a Terrorist

  • In Pyongyang's judgment, this in turn will lead to "delisting," even though the North has come nowhere close to agreeing to the "complete, verifiable and irreversible dismantlement" of its nuclear program -- which was where the administration started six years ago.

    Bush Owes His Successor

  • And feel free to get back to Blogging Tories co-founder Stephen Taylor and ask him if publicly promoting the deaths of financially-disadvantaged Canadians is starting to get into BT "delisting" territory.

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