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Same with the Pac-12, although if USC or Oregon win out, they’ll get the fourth bid.

Microsoft’s Search Network can help you reach consumers planning to purchase, so be sure to target those audiences by applying audience targeting bid modifiers to your holiday ads and shopping campaigns.

High-profile women of color won their election bids, including the four representatives—Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley, and Rashida Tlaib—known as “The Squad.”

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There, she became the youngest person — and first woman — to present an arbitration case, ultimately winning Chicago its bid over pitcher Alex Fernandez’s salary.

Last week, she lost a congressional bid in a landslide – 19 points, as of the latest ballot count – to Sara Jacobs, who has never held elective office and lost a race in a different congressional district in 2018.

A cabal can do it, selling their influence to the highest bidder.

Rod Blagojevich auctioning off the seat to the highest bidder.

Politicians who argued for selling land to the highest bidder and using the funds for the federal budget were drowned out.

Much worse, it turned out the ads cost $4.7 million—$2 million more than the next lowest bidder.

Yet, she is still very much a pawn in the system—her body is actively sold to the highest bidder.

With such an assembly at hand the time was ripe for selling Daisy-Jewel to the highest bidder.

"Thirty," said the first bidder in a tone which seemed to defy further competition.

One can only presume that the highest bidder—the owner of the largest fortune—was to be the happy man.

Do you imagine, fellow, that an Army officer's honor is of so little importance to him that he'll sell it to a higher bidder.

The highest offer has me, your ladyship; he's but a poor auctioneer that knocks down his ware when only one bidder is present.


On this page you'll find 156 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bidder, such as: applicant, aspirant, competitor, contender, contestant, and nominee.

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