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He knew by election day the price of every salable vote in the county.
THE TRANSFORMATION OF JOBFREDERICK VINING FISHER
I suspected that his acres were not as broad, nor his produce as salable, as those of Mount Vernon.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
And in the end, even though he does not buy heavily, he must order at least a few each of the salable books.
For years I have drawn these lovely ladies who make fiction salable to the masses.
SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATEEARL DERR BIGGERS
Although this is done at all seasons, it is more general in October or November, when the hides are good and salable.
I make a salable page or two out of whatever strikes my fancy.'
NEW GRUB STREETGEORGE GISSING
No firearms are listed in the salable goods on hand but 106 pounds of shot are valued at 12s 6d.
Bad times in Ireland seriously reduced his rents, and he was forced to dispose of his salable estates.
THE FAT OF THE LANDJOHN WILLIAMS STREETER
Should the quantity of seed potatoes used be subtracted from the total yield of large and small potatoes or from the salable crop?
The yield of salable potatoes increases less rapidly than the total yield.

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