preferential interest rates may be offered to employees
of or involving preference or partiality; constituting a favor or privilege.
translation of 'preferential'
Given a choice with optional 'preferential' voting, voters expressed a primary vote intention, but then did not give preferences.
‘I want to emphasise that I'm not trying to use parliamentary privilege to get 'preferential' treatment or investigation of my specific case,’ he said.
He said that 'preferential' creditors, including the Revenue, would be paid first, followed by secured creditors, including debentures and any property costs.
It will amend the Companies Act to make redundancy payments a 'preferential' claim when a company goes into liquidation or receivership.
The 'preferential' creditors are company staff who are owed €61,500 in pay arrears for March, April and May.
As a 'preferential' creditor, the Revenue Commissioners received the total assets, but was still left with a loss of more than €41,000.
The US presidential system is not 'preferential' , so votes for one candidate cannot flow on to another if he is not elected.
Customers are also often attracted to such accounts by the promise of 'preferential' interest rates.
The targets, revealed this weekend, are a response to the government drive to counter what it sees as the 'preferential' treatment of ‘privileged’ public school pupils.
To draw more overseas Chinese to work in the province, the provincial authorities have constituted a series of 'preferential' policies for the schooling of the returnees' children.
As 'preferential' creditors the Inland Revenue will receive about half the £77,000 they are owed but the Council, as unsecured creditors, will get nothing.
I accept that a print service provider would not fall into the category of a 'preferential' creditor.
Since the start of 2005 most banks have started offering 'preferential' interest rates.
I had been warned by the chairman of the board, Alan Craig, not to talk to any potential buyers or give any 'preferential' treatment, and I never did.
Favourable or 'preferential' treatment of nephews suggests that inheritance does not have to wait until the decease of the putative benefactor.
Discrimination is about different, often preferential treatment, and although I love both my parents and my partner, I give 'preferential' treatment to my partner.
It indicates a biased approach and 'preferential' treatment in favour of individuals and groups.
The 'preferential' vote has allowed the Town Party to become a niche party.
However, if it proves impossible to rescue the company, secured or 'preferential' creditors such as the Inland Revenue and employees, will be paid first from any remaining assets.
She said she strongly objected to the 'preferential' voting system, which forces voters to cast a ballot in favour of one of the major parties, whose policies are indistinguishable.
The loan has a state guarantee and a 'preferential' interest rate of 7.5 per cent.
At the same time, banks are continuing to strive to attract clients through lower interest rates and other 'preferential' offers.
Employees of the firm are listed as 'preferential' creditors, and are due to be paid almost €130,000 from the insolvency fund.
Over six years ago, the Association put forward proposals, which would rank farmers as 'preferential' creditors for agricultural produce supplied by them.
The firm, a 'preferential' creditor, is owed €113,000 for its examinership fees.
This proposition would ban discrimination or 'preferential' treatment of ethnic and gender groups by California public agencies.
In 1920, it introduced compulsory 'preferential' voting in Hare-Clark elections.
About 60,000 party members are eligible to vote for the leader in a one-ballot, 'preferential' system.
They get my vote through the 'preferential' system via the Greens and the Democrats.
However, the meeting may approve such a proposal or modification with the concurrence of the 'preferential' creditor concerned.
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