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Synonyms for unredeemed

in danger of the eternal punishment of Hell

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That's $8 billion this year for unredeemed, expired or lost gift cards.
Ensuing adjustments occur in subsequent periods to keep the estimates of future unredeemed gift cards current.
Lot 26, Block 40, Centennial Addition to the City of Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas The properties described herein were conveyed to Esterosto, LLC by Limited Warranty Deeds issued pursuant to tax sales conducted by the Commissioner of State Lands, State el Arkansas under the provisions of Act 626 of 1983, as amended, after the property remained unredeemed following expiration of the time required by law.
Lloyds Exchange general manager Dan McArdle said: "Most of the unredeemed pounds appear to be held in country areas where people do not often travel to Dublin.
expiration dates), unredeemed gift cards or certificates can fall under a state's abandoned or unclaimed property (AUP) statute (i.
In addition to expanding the programs to include these non-carbonated beverage containers, some proposals call for the inclusion of wine and liquor bottles, an increase in the deposit amount or the allocation of unredeemed deposits to the state.
I don't know if you had any idea of what happened to any unredeemed pledges of value, but they were taken by all pawnbrokers to an auction room near the flat iron in the Bullring.
Politics aside, the Clinton administration's unequivocal actions to defend American interests boldly implement President Reagan's unredeemed terrorism policy of swift and effective retribution.
SAN FRANCISCO -- ChargeSmart, an online consumer bill payment portal, and Plastic Jungle, the web's largest secured gift card exchange, today announced a partnership to enable customers to use unredeemed gift cards to make payments on utility, car and mortgage bills.
That's the advice from Consumer Reports, which estimates that consumers lost nearly $8 billion in unredeemed gift cards last year.
Lot 26 Block 40, Centennial Addition to the City of Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas The properties described herein were conveyed to Esterosto, LLC by Limited Warranty Deeds issued pursuant to tax sales conducted by the Commissioner of State Lands, State of Arkansas under the provisions of Act 626 of 1983, as amended, alter the property remained unredeemed following expiration of the time required by law
Example 8: The facts are the same as in Example 7, except (1) the gift cards have an expiration date 12 months from the date of the sale, (2) expired gift cards are not accepted and (3) F recognizes unredeemed gift cards in revenue in its applicable financial statement for the tax year in which the cards expire.
The changes proposed by the BBBBC include expanding the law to include non-carbonated beverage containers, such as bottled water, teas and juices; increasing deposits from 5 cents to 10 cents; and allocating unredeemed deposits to an Environmental Protection Fund to support recycling and waste prevention efforts state-wide.
But for the most part, the actors are stranded by the uneven tone of the writing and direction, which veers between dark comedy, extreme melodrama, magical realism and satire, and exhibits a deep cynicism that is unredeemed by a firm control of craft.
Out of roughly $48 billion worth of perceived value in reward points and miles American businesses issue annually, at least one-third, representing $16 billion in value, goes unredeemed by consumers, according to the study, titled 2011 Forecast of U.