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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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It said that in total 12078 deceased persons from Balochistan, the names of 9112 male and 2966 female voters will be deleted from the voters lists while from federal area, in total 8227 deceased persons, names of 5314 male and 2903 female will be deleted.
It will give the preview of the photos, this time you will be able to visualise the deleted files more easily.
Asked about it, Baligod could not say who deleted the entries from Luy's files.
Mr Wells told one tweeter: "The message should have been deleted not forwarded.
Milly's mother Sally first discovered messages had been deleted when she rang her daughter's phone at 7pm on March 24, 2002.
In all, nearly 1,700 words in Urdu, English, Punjabi and other local languages are on the list to be deleted.
A spokesman for Facebook said that while photographs are deleted from the site immediately, they may continue to exist for a short time elsewhere.
As with deleting, the format button updates tables indicating that all files and catalogues have been deleted, but does not physically delete the data from the storage medium.
From the time a key is generated until it is finally deleted, all events related to that key should be logged in one or more types of logs.
THE intelligence report that identified Soham killer Ian Huntley as a serial sex attacker may have been deleted from Humberside police records by mistake, it emerged today.
Computer forensics can track down deleted files, hidden files, files created by the system or by software that users are not aware of (such as an automatic backup of a document), or fragmented files that are scattered throughout the storage devices we use.