from The Century Dictionary.
- That may be matured or perfected.
- Capable of maturation; that may suppurate. Matura diamond. See
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- adjective capable of
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NEW DELHI: Bank statements show that Satyam had funds of over Rs 5,000 crore as of September 2008, but by January 2009 when company founder Ramalinga Raju admitted to fudging accounts the IT firm could have been left with just Rs 200 crore of maturable fixed deposits.
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