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noun as in person who gives object in exchange for money

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Addressing the issue is also important for streaming ad sellers to prove to advertisers that streaming can expand the number of people they are able to reach.

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Next, we take a look at Major League Baseball’s looming trade deadline, figuring out which teams our Doyle number says should be buyers and which should be sellers.

Yet in California, and most of the country for that matter, there’s no requirement to disclose anything about sea level rise or coastal flooding between buyer and seller during a real estate transaction.

“I had an unwilling buyer and an unwilling seller,” said Gary London, a real estate analyst hired by the trust to do market research.

As one commercial real estate expert suggested to VOSD back in February, the city might be able to break the lease if it can demonstrate that the sellers didn’t properly disclose everything they knew about the building’s true condition upfront.

According to a ticket seller who spoke to The Guardian, the site still receives only 10 visitors a day, on average.

Paddle8 works better than a smaller regional auction house because it is nimbler and its costs—to the seller and buyer—are lower.

I asked Christian publisher Crossway Books for their assessment of the manipulation of the best-seller lists.

The book, edited by former Yank magazine art director Art Weithas, featured visual art from the war and was a best seller.

Leonard was nowhere near the best-seller list, but each book was selling a little more than the one before.

And the wrongdoer may still be sued in a civil action for the loss to the seller as before.

The English have too much pride to be tricky or shabby, even in the essentially corrupting relation of buyer and seller.

The seller or owner therefore is not bound by any terms stated by the auctioneer differing from those given to him.

The seller may have tried to fool her but did not, and having failed, the buyer has no legal ground for an action.

A witty knave bargained with a seller of lace in London for as much as would reach from one of his ears to the other.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to seller, such as: agent, auctioneer, dealer, marketer, merchant, and peddler.

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