non-returnable


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non-returnable

[ˌnɒnrɪˈtɜːnəbl] ADJ [deposit] → no reembolsable
non-returnable bottleenvase m no retornable
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He said that deserving boy and girl students of six districts have so far been provided financial assistance of one crore, two lakh and fifty thousand rupees on non-returnable basis under Self-Employment Scheme.
Last year they pioneered the launch of the first non-returnable, crown cork, 200m1 bottle, as a further step in the transformation of the on-trade from a traditional deposit based returnable bottle system for fruit juices to a modern non-returnable system.
Tickets are non-returnable and the offer closes on February 14, 2000.
A survey conducted by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (LSR) reveals that dairies charge consumers an average of four cents per half-gallon less for milk in refillable containers than for milk bottled in non-returnable ones.
A book entitled "Returnable and Non-Returnable Packaging" by Poll and Schneider is reviewed by Dr.
Sonoco's answer was the CPC-B, a new beveled-end, non-returnable core that enhances winding at the mill and runnability in the pressroom.
I was happy to pay pounds 45 as a present and reminder of home, and was advised by the staff in the store that it was a non-refundable, non-returnable item.
There's a non-returnable pounds 1 charge for a luggage trolley.
Oh, and the Swedish government still levies a charge on all non-returnable containers (i.
As part of the revised terms retailers will receive a 46% discount on orders of 10 or more units shipped on a returnable basis and non-returnable discounts will range from 46% to 52%, Publishers Weekly reported.
To enter your dad in the ECHO competition please send in a non-returnable photo of him with his daytime contact details on the back.