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Definition of "examinership" [ex•am•in•er•ship]

  • A legal process a company gets protection from the Court, in order to survive. (noun)

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Use "examinership" in a sentence
  • "Last year, nearly two dozen people lost their € 20,000 deposit after Laragan Developments — the property firm behind Carrickmines Green — went into examinership."
  • "Flower, then Curator of the Royal College of Surgeons 'Museum, refers to this trip and to his appointment to the examinership in physiology at the College of Surgeons, for which he had applied in May and which he held until 1870."
  • "Flower, then Curator of the Royal College of Surgeons 'Museum, refers to this trip and to his appointment to the examinership in physiology at the College of"