cancellable


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cancellable

(ˈkænsələbəl) or

cancelable

adj
able to be cancelled
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Contract notice: pest control and pest prevention services, rat control, disinfection, depigeonization on behalf of the sainte-perine hospital of the gh university hospitals paris ile-de-france west public assistance - paris hospitals for a period of 33 months from the date of notification, possibly cancellable six months before the end of the contract.
It will allow dealers to provide their customers who purchase NAE/ NWAN Vehicle Service Contracts and other cancellable Ancillary products, premium financing through The Zero Plan(R).
According to Laszlo, brain biometrics are appealing because they are cancellable and cannot be stolen by malicious means the way a finger or retina can.
This agreement is cancellable by the customer at any time which, in such case, would result in minimum revenues of at least USD1.
Interestingly, for many companies, the cancellable product still makes sense.
The contract would be cancellable with six months' notice.
This will enable the building society to carry out credit default swaps, default digital swaps, options on credit default swaps, cancellable credit default swaps and nth-to-default basket swaps, according to Principia.