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Definition of Defunct

Defunct
Defunct De*funct", n. A dead person; one deceased.

Meaning of Defunct from wikipedia

- Defunct may refer to: Defunct (video game), a 2014 adventure video game Defunct, the state of a zombie process on Unix-like operating systems Category:Former...
- and store chains that started between the 1920s and 1950s have become defunct since the late 1960s, when many chains were either consolidated or liquidated...
- Wikipedia by country. It includes companies that are in business as well as defunct manufacturers. Only companies that have articles here are included. A B...
- list of defunct airlines, arranged alphabetically by country within their respective continents. List of defunct airlines of Africa List of defunct airlines...
- This is a list of defunct airlines of the United States. However, some of these airlines have changed identities and/or FAA certificates and are still...
- Evolution (defunct) The Farmer's Market (defunct) Hansa (defunct) Sheep Marketplace (defunct) Silk Road (defunct) TheRealDeal (defunct) Utopia (defunct) Cryptocat...
- is a list of defunct airlines of North and South America. Defunct airlines of Belize include; Defunct airlines of Bermuda include; Defunct airlines of...
- have hosted relocated or defunct teams have been given another NHL team. Montreal, Quebec City and Atlanta all have two defunct or relocated teams with...
- Monarchs of the AHL. Erie Panthers 1988–96 Moved to Baton Rouge, LA (now defunct). Nashville Knights 1989–96 Moved to Pensacola, FL and replaced by the...
- This is a list of defunct airlines of India List of airlines of India "The Aviation Code Web Site - ICAO Callsigns beginning with". Avcodes.co.uk. "Airline...
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