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verb as in package and sell goods

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The average cost per square foot is $855 with 47 days on the market.

In a buyer’s market — and a soft market at the positions of greatest need for the Nats — the team has the resources.

When the market opens that morning, the S&P 500 will include Tesla stock, a milestone for the automaker.

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Events that strike one company’s operations and suppliers but not a competitor’s can boost the latter’s market share, at least temporarily but perhaps permanently.

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The fund flows reports measure whether money has flowed into or out of the markets in the previous week, and so it’s a pretty good indicator for investor bullishness.

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The region is marketed for visitors as “Aryan Valley,” and many citizens have taken to tacking on “Aryan” to their last names.

But the procedure, unlike scam solutions marketed online—miracle tonics, pricey at-home laser therapy combs—absolutely works.

Other shady practices include non-halal meat being marketed as halal.

But with LSD, because it was countercultural, and because it was used as an experimental drug, it was not marketed properly.

You read that right, this gun is specifically made and marketed to kids.

So Scattergood marketed his blankets, taking in exchange a perfectly good, interest-bearing note.

The oil of the first-named plant appears not to be marketed except in the form of the proprietary, Gomenol.

Many new preservatives are being proposed or marketed each year by various companies or individuals.

But in spite of the fact that this is occasionally done, the mature birds are more generally marketed.

More corn is produced and probably more live stock marketed by Loudoun than by any other of the 100 counties of Virginia.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to marketed, such as: advertise, retail, display, wholesale, vend, and barter.

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