nonsaleable

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nonsaleable

(ˌnɒnˈseɪləbəl) or

nonsalable

adj
not capable of being sold
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Thus far, the company says its Cleveland market has diverted more than 350,000 pounds of nonsalable bakery, dairy and produce items for animal feed.
Preplant soil fumigation thus reduces the economic risk of a nonsalable nursery crop and is used in most tree and garden rose nurseries in California.
A failed inspection may result in an essentially nonsalable crop.
(14) Following the successful exhibition of his first light projections at the Pasadena Art Museum in 1967, Turrell spurned entreaties from major galleries in order to pursue a new series of non-portable (and nonsalable) works based on the controlled release of ambient light into his bare, darkened studio--titled the "Mendota Stoppages," 1969-70, after the previous identity of his Ocean Park studio building as the Mendota Hotel.
Nguyen had always been vigilant about keeping first-class stock at the nursery, and Jonathon was likewise to cull nonsalable plants.
nonsalable we proclaim that it should not be conceived of or treated as
For example, if a person attempts to enter a nonowner-occupied loan at 95 percent of the property value, the software will warn him or her that this type of transaction is nonsalable in the seco ndary market.
However, vendor financing payments would continue to receive their preferential treatment if they were "nonsalable tax-exempt securities." Additionally, the change would apply to affiliated companies that file consolidated tax returns without distinctions between affiliated companies.
The Registered seed class will be a nonsalable seed class.