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liquidate

slang To dispose of someone by murdering them. The boss told me to go liquidate the witness. If you think the government hasn't liquidated people before, you're more naïve than you look.

liquidate

tv. to kill someone. (Underworld.) They used a machine gun to liquidate a few troublesome characters.
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High liquidate and low liquidate stocks were selected based on the returns for the past week.
The Spanish bank is looking to liquidate Real Estate Investment Society Espana, in which it has a 31 per cent stake.
The decision to liquidate a company shall be adopted by the General Meeting, or the court, in the cases specified in the Civil Code.
However, if SJ sells substantially all of its assets, retains the proceeds without purchasing new assets and does not liquidate, it could be deemed a personal holding company (PHC) subject to the PHC tax.
110 TC 189 (1998), showed that, within the context of a closely held C corporation, an entity may be able to liquidate without including the FMV of goodwill among its assets if it can prove that the ownership of the goodwill is attributable to the shareholders, not to the corporation.
The tax adviser should also tell Sam that if S sells substantially all its assets, retains the proceeds without purchasing new assets and does not liquidate, it could be deemed a personal holding company (PHC) subject to the PHC tax.
If a PFIC intends to liquidate, but fails to observe the necessary formalities for liquidation, a U.
Jack, age 71, contacts his tax adviser in November of the current tax year, stating he would like to liquidate the corporation due to health reasons.
Because of their disagreement and because Sheepcorp is no longer actively engaged in a business, George and Stanley have decided to liquidate the corporation.
This problem might be avoided if the trustee has the authority to liquidate the trust and pass the loss to the beneficiary under Regs.