from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that buys, especially a purchasing agent for a retail store.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who makes one or more purchases.
- n. A person who purchases items for resale in a retail establishment.
- n. A person who purchases items consumed or used as components in the manufacture of products.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who buys; a purchaser.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who buys; a purchaser; a purchasing agent.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who buys
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In fact, if the seller kept all the benefit, then the buyer is also buying the ability to reap that benefit when he sells — so the benefit would still go to thebuyer.
I f the buyer is a company, it must prove it is legally incorporated. bournemouth
What do you think, it seems its more usual to provide specific samples with your bid, which the buyer is then also free to steal?
The first problem as a buyer is the scammers have taken over.
We are seeing increased penetration in the Realogy channel on what we refer to as buyer-controlled cash adjusted basis.
BLITZER: There's no doubt that a lot of Democrats who want to make sure that they don't wind up with what they call buyer's remorse and to a certain degree if John Edwards winds up doing as well as he looks like he's going to do right now, even if he comes a very close second it will give Democrats a chance to go through the vetting process and make sure there's nothing out there that could derail Senator Kerry down the road or for that matter, Senator Edwards down the road.
China's growing appetite for imported coal has ignited coal prices and fueled deal making on the belief that the country, once a major coal exporter, will be a long-term buyer of foreign coal.
The call buyer is poised to profit should BHI shares surge 27.8% to trade above the average breakeven price of $49.09 by expiration.
But a witness for the publisher called the buyer's ability to take on the assets free of the pension liabilities "essential" to the deal and said no potential purchaser would have agreed to assume them.
The call buyer has the right to get bought out at $4.00 although would be sour if the share price at expiration was below the deal price.
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