liquidator

[ lik-wi-dey-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF liquidator
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Their agency is superseded in favour of that of the liquidator.

And if he should do so, the liquidator could require him to pay again to himself.

The liquidator promised that in conformity with the law the sisters should receive pensions.

Being master of the situation the liquidator was re-opening fifty-five of the two hundred closed shops.

The resolution is generally accompanied by the appointment of a liquidator.

I laughed, although it was no laughing matter, at the plight the liquidator was now in.

WORD ORIGIN

1825, agent noun in Latin form from liquidate.

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