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barter

verb as in trade goods or services

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Growth of the independentsAfter Icon, which only recently became independent, Active International and Evergreen Trading are the largest barter shops not owned by a holding company.

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Rather than junking it, the marketer approaches the barter agency, which takes that inventory off the retailer’s hands and resells it elsewhere.

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A Dentsu rep wasn’t able to determine if that holding company still owns a barter shop.

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Evergreen, meanwhile, was started in 2008 by Gordon Zellner, who cobbled together a host of veterans from the other barter firms.

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Trade and barter of zines, recordings, fan fiction, art and photographs were also common ways for “circles” of fans to bond.

An unnamed Iranian official told the news service that the barter would include Russian weapons.

It could also gather intelligence to be traded in that shadowy barter economy of espionage.

So there has been some real loss of "truck barter and exchange" that is simply lost, not delayed.

But this is really cumbersome, which is why there's no such thing as an all-barter economy.

In the right institutional setting, the human propensity to "truck, barter, and exchange" can enhance the welfare of all.

A factor is employed to sell goods, and not to barter or exchange them, and if he should do this his principal could recover them.

On that occasion her excellent business judgment and her powers of barter had attracted him strongly.

Barter was common, and there must have been facilities for the distribution of those goods which had their origin in Gaul.

He caught my child up like a common street wench, a thing of sale and barter.

It was doubtless precisely because she distained certain forms of feminine barter that she got so much for nothing.

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On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to barter, such as: haggle, bargain, exchange, swap, trade, and traffic.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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