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  • adj. Not redeemable.
  • adj. Not able to be redeemed by being converted into e.g. gold.


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  • Many who are appalled at the current patent wars over mobile telecommunication devices see the patent system itself as outdated and nonredeemable.

    James Love: Google/Android Patent Wars Highlight Need for Compulsory Licensing of Patents

  • Q: I struggle with whether there are people who are nonredeemable.

    Tom Matlack: Good Vs. Evil

  • STORY LINE: Newly arrived at Terminal Island, a prison for the most nonredeemable of convicts, CARL "LUKE" LUCAS must prove his mettle in a race to the death...

    Filmstalker: Death Race: Frankenstein Lives plot confusion

  • Under the agreement, the government received super-voting, nonredeemable preferred stock intended to deliver ownership of 79.9% of AIG to the U.S. Treasury.

    AIG Needs a New Deal

  • The schedule also shows our holdings of all securities issued by banks, insurance companies, finance and leasing companies and brokers and asset managers in these troubled countries, consisting of debt and nonredeemable preferred stock.


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