nonsaleable

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nonsaleable

(ˌnɒnˈseɪləbəl) or

nonsalable

adj
not capable of being sold
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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.
Border tax adjustments, free allocations of nonsalable permits (effectively, emissions exemptions), or some other competitiveness policy might be necessary to enhance the political survivability of carbon pricing, but we also find that border tax adjustments would slightly reduce the effectiveness of a carbon-pricing policy; face technical and legal challenges, and ill prepare Canada for a long-term future with significant carbon pricing.
Nguyen had always been vigilant about keeping first-class stock at the nursery, and Jonathon was likewise to cull nonsalable plants.
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.
Although the administration's proposal would not apply to "certain nonsalable tax-exempt bonds acquired by a corporation in the ordinary course of business," this intended relief for state and local governments is illusory.
The Registered seed class will be a nonsalable seed class.