Irredeemable


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Irredeemable

1. See: Irredeemable bond.

2. See: Irredeemable security.
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Re-constructing some vandalized ruins is possible in spite of "the ultimate losses that are archeologically irredeemable in terms of genuineness," DGAM Director-General Maamoun Abdul --Karim added.
625% non-cumulative irredeemable preference shares worth GBP106.
He is irredeemable, highly dangerous and can never be rehabilitated.
There's little use saying much about the song, except to note that it meets all the aforementioned criteria of utter, irredeemable schlock.
From its seemingly irredeemable title character to the rawness of its scenes of casual sex, drug taking and group violence, the film distinguishes itself from the crop of tamer zero-budgeters that usually hail from SXSW, where it preemed last year.
His enemies will be a dastardly group of super-villains from an organization called Gangsters, Imposters, Racketeers, Liars and Irredeemable Ex-cons - the girlie Men for short.
I will not offend your sensibilities with the plot-line, which is completely irredeemable and goes far beyond the pale of human decency.
Shahzad and his ideological allies view the world through the prism of an irredeemable conflict between their Muslim faith and the values of the West.
631 million irredeemable convertible preference shares were received from the directors and eligible employees of B-Retail and Berjaya Corporation Group, representing a subscription rate of 53 per cent.
This unfortunate event, which took place in the open sea and which is a violation of the international law, may lead to irredeemable consequences in our bilateral relations," the Ministry said.
That said, at least disgraced Lib Dem Mark Oaten, pictured, and Tory toff Tim Loughton came across as decent enough people wanting to make a difference, whereas Labour's Austin 'Man Of The People' Mitchell just seemed an irredeemable and aloof numpty.
chances, our New York of the damaged, the irredeemable, beyond repair.