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We should not be too surprised that the features of competing irredeemable privately issued currencies are different from what Hayek (and other economists) imagined, for two reasons.
I will not offend your sensibilities with the plot-line, which is completely irredeemable and goes far beyond the pale of human decency.
If you''ve returned from holiday and your hanging baskets and pots look dry, straggly and irredeemable, chuck out the contents and think about planting up some autumn and winter plants.
If you've returned from holiday and your hanging baskets and pots look straggly and irredeemable, chuck out the contents and think about planting some autumn and winter plants.
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.
So I propose those who think religion is irredeemable, as do neoatheists Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens, compete with groups such as Church Women United to make our world better; likewise those who think secularists are irredeemable.
Erdogan: Obama tends to diplomacy with Iran Commenting on what has been reported about a possible US attack on Iran, he said "Any attack on the region will have grave irredeemable consequences.
Proposals by the profitable CUP to cuts the jobs in its printing division and the publishing education group have been described by Unite, the largest union in the country as 'an irredeemable stain on Cambridge University's reputation as its celebrates its 800th anniversary'.
In other words, the bill will diminish the public's appreciation of the inherent, irredeemable harmfulness of cigarettes.
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley embody these two tragically irredeemable consumers as they make their way through clothes, trends, and oceans of alcohol.