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- v. Present participle of buy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the act of buying.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of buying
And this buying of _services_ (they were to give one-fifth part of their crops to Pharaoh) is called in Scripture usage, _buying the persons_.
Veteran market technicians John Gray and Michael Burke at Investors Intelligence monitor stocks for what they term buying and selling "climaxes."
Spencer; "[Lady] Gaga is not your real friend moron. she associates with you so Kei$ha the pumpkin doesnt outsell her with her label buying songs … when you wake in the morning do you start your day by pretending your going to find someone who will love you? your unlovable."
Something a lot of flyfishermen could use but don't bother buying is a thermometer.
ALI VELSHI, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Folks like you, John, waiting for what we call a buying opportunity.
Well this is what I call buying time, before doing time.
'If you must know, he persistently made remarks insinuating I was turning the trip into what he called a buying spree.'
Nocera, the author of "All the Devils Are Here," lamented the work of private equity firms like Romney's Bain Capital, which he described as buying companies, laying people off and bringing the company back to market.
This puts the stocks in our "consider buying" category of stocks that have pulled back to levels where they have historically attracted short term buying interest.
And here let me explain to yo what I call buying the lady's favour.
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