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Delisting

The removal of a stock from trading on an exchange. Delisting occurs when a publicly-traded company violates the exchange's rules, or, more commonly, when the company ceases to meet listing requirements. For example, when a company's market capitalization falls below a certain level, it is in danger of delisting.

deleted

Of or relating to a security that is no longer listed on a securities exchange.
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He too deleted the tweet after a while like Rihanna.
So in a recent software upgrade the techno-bods at Sky added the Undelete feature meaning anything deleted can be retrieved with ease.
Is there the equivalent of a landfill site in cyberspace where all the deleted messages are dumped?
In the decision, Justice Paul Pfeifer noted that deleted e-mails constituted a "novel issue" that had not yet been become settled law.
They rely on the Mailbox Recovery feature to restore deleted mailboxes in Exchange 2000/2003 and use a Recovery Server in Exchange 5.
If the domain names create a return considered insufficient, they are deleted before payment is requested by the registry.
90) includes commentary by Weitz, deleted scenes and two featurettes.
Because the rules only allow documents to be added, documents, by inference, may not be deleted.
1 of WinUndelete, an application that allows users to recover deleted files and lost data.
Nobody spends all his time being productive at work, and spam can easily be deleted during the normal mental down-time that all employees allot themselves.
File Rescue Plus recovers lost or deleted files and photos from pc's, workstations, servers, external drives, or digital cameras.
IF YOU've recently deleted a file via Windows Explorer by highlighting the file and pressing the Delete key, or by selecting Delete from the right-click menu, restoring the file will likely be a breeze.