irredeemable : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s insusceptible of reform
- s (of paper money) not convertible into coin at the pleasure of the holder
- Cheney found the arguments for the combat troop carrier unpersuasive and its problems irredeemable.
- Does your dad hit the links? Maybe with his socks pulled up to the knee? His fashion sense may be irredeemable, but teeing off with GolfCard can up the cool factor a bit.
- The first son of Saddam Hussein seems to be the last to know he is irredeemable.
News & Articles
- Theory of Interest and Prices in Paper Currency Part III (Credit)
In Part I , we looked at the concepts of nonlinearity, dynamics, multivariate, state, and contiguity. We showed that whatever the relationship may be between prices and the money supply in irredeemable paper currency, it is not a simple matter of rising money supply --> rising prices. In Part II , we discussed the mechanics of the formation of the bid price and ask price, the concepts of stocks ...
June 17, 2013 - Zero Hedge
- Ellen Leonida in International Herald Tribune
It's impossible to say that this kid at 17 is so completely irredeemable that he never be given a chance to ask for parole,Leonida told the judge.
- Alveda King in Christian News Wire (press release)
Planned Parenthood's selling of Christmas gift certificates that can be redeemed for abortion is an irredeemable act,added Dr. King. "No amount of spin can turn this promotion into anything other than an abomination. Congress gave Planned...
- Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in AFP
Most of the institutions of the Liberian government (have) inherited corrupt criminalized value systems that are so entrenched that some seem irredeemable,Sirleaf, who vowed to fight corruption when she took office in 2006, said in a radio...