Definitions

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  • adverb In a mandatory manner. Not optionally; required.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in a manner that cannot be evaded

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Examples

  • Financial instruments within its scope that were previously classi fi ed as equity, such as mandatorily redeemable shares, must be classi fi ed as a liability.

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  • Many of the instruments included within the Statement's scope, such as mandatorily redeemable shares, were previously classi fi ed as equity.

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  • Many of the instruments included within the Statement's scope, such as mandatorily redeemable shares, were previously classi fi ed as equity.

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  • Another of Spain's big banks and Santander's rival, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, has proposed that shareholders swap preferred stock for bonds mandatorily convertible into new ordinary shares as a way to boost its core capital.

    Santander Sells a Chilean Stake in Effort to Boost Capital

  • Some were even assigned mandatorily to schools with a year-round calendar, sparking a political firestorm.

    Chamber of Commerce vs. Tea Party over Wake County schools

  • Likewise, if this ratio rises above 60%, blue bonds would be mandatorily converted into red bonds.

    Paying Politicians for Fiscal Discipline

  • Likewise, if this ratio rises above 60%, blue bonds would be mandatorily converted into red bonds.

    Pay Politicians for Fiscal Discipline

  • All current and future Presidents and their families, along the Senate, the Congress, the Supreme Court and all their families must be exclusively covered by the same public option that will be made "mandatorily available" to the general public.

    Hoyer: A bill can pass the House without a public option

  • Spain's central bank allows mandatorily convertible bonds—they transform from debt into equity in certain circumstances—to count toward banks' Tier 1 ratios.

    Europe Blinks on Bank Test

  • More photos and interactive graphics As of 9 p.m. local time Tuesday, the Ohio River at Cairo, Ill., —which had been mandatorily evacuated—had fallen by more than a foot and a half, to 59.95 feet from 61.72 feet before the 10 p.m. explosion Monday.

    Hopes Rise as Rivers Fall

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