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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rediscount.

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Examples

  • You can see that with sev'al hundred thousand dolla's of deferred payments on what we have sold, most of which have been rediscounted in the East by the G.B. T.,

    Aladdin & Co. A Romance of Yankee Magic

  • But to date more than half of these rediscounted bills have been paid.

    The Audacious War

  • However, the most ominous measure for the future was the one which permitted the Reichsbank to include three-month Treasury bills in its note-coverage, so that unlimited amounts could be rediscounted against banknotes.

    Mises Dailies

  • However, these bills can also be rediscounted by the states at a penalty of 0. 5%.

    The Financial Express

  • Assets rediscounted under the TALF are non-recourse loans, which means that the Fed will bear all risks associated with these assets.

    Asia Times Online

  • Actress Jennylyn Mercado refutes a report saying she rediscounted a bounced cheque from a certain "Tita C."

    Blogged!

  • Actress Jennylyn Mercado refutes a report saying she rediscounted a bounced cheque from a certain "Tita C."

    Blogged!

  • Actress Jennylyn Mercado refutes a report saying she rediscounted a bounced cheque from a certain "Tita C."

    Blogged!

  • And caught in the middle of it all is Tita C, the lady who rediscounted the check, which amounted to approximately 400,000 pesos.

    Blogged!

  • Actress Jennylyn Mercado refutes a report saying she rediscounted a bounced cheque from a certain "Tita C."

    Blogged!

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