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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.
Fast Retailing said it will book 2.8 billion yen in a parent-only extraordinary loss for the year to August this year to liquidate the unit, but it does not plan to alter its earnings estimate for the current year at the moment.
Nippon Yusen K.K., Japan's biggest shipping firm, said Thursday it has decided to liquidate its subsidiary in the Bahamas next year.
(XOM) group, said Thursday it will liquidate two of its overseas subsidiaries -- an oil sales subsidiary in New York and a reinsurance subsidiary in Ireland.
Overwhelmingly, those businesses liquidate because of dynamic, control and business reasons.
The need to liquidate struggling South African (SA) carrier Sun Air has come under questioning during government investigations into the issue.
109, the IRS determined that a distributing corporation could liquidate a wholly owned subsidiary and distribute the subsidiary's business, or the subsidiary could sell its business and liquidate under section 332 and then the distributing corporation could distribute the sales proceeds.
FirstCity Liquidating Trust is the entity formed to liquidate the assets of the former First City Bancorporation of Texas, Inc.
On the assumption that investors who buy these (tax-exempt) bonds will liquidate an equal amount of corporate bonds, the Treasury is expected to score this proposal as "revenue-neutral." A bill to this effect was introduced late in the last Congress by Democratic Reps.
Obviously, he would be prefer to liquidate the stock at the highest possible price, to provide the largest gift possible to the charity or university, and the biggest asset base for income generation.
The main reasons are that the corporation can no longer avoid gain on liquidating sales and/or distributions, the dividend received deduction is still available to PHCs (albeit in reduced form), the PHC tax has been reduced dramatically and is still only imposed if there is "undistributed PHC income." However, the "liquidate or retain" decision is still not obvious, as demonstrated below.
In its 2017 annual audit report, the Commission on Audit (COA) said the implementing agencies to which the DILG made the fund transfers failed to liquidate the amounts on time in December.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-September 29, 2016-ETF Securities to liquidate 2 funds
Kolkata: Indian government is pushing Coal India to liquidate about 40 million tonnes of unsold coal piling up at pitheads of mines.
Turingan was charged by the Ombudsman for Failure to Render Accounts under Article 218 of the Revised Penal Code for allegedly failing to liquidate cash advance in March 20, 1997 amounting to P50,000.