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- v. Present participle of sell.
- n. Action of the verb to sell.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the exchange of goods for an agreed sum of money
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After these preliminaries you are ready to take the next step in the selling process, and to begin putting your capabilities, and what you have learned from preparation and prospecting, to _specific use in actual selling_.
But remember that each book you have a hand in selling is one book that might not have ever sold.
He was right as we can see what the selling is all about!
It's destructive, unlike plain short-selling, which is a market corrector.
Being realistic about it, I`d say a label selling a CD for $60,000 (once and for all) is pretty good going (if it can be sustained as an average).
We then filtered by only accepting those looking pricey, which we define as selling for at least 25 times latest and next 12-month earnings and having price-to-sales ratios greater than three.
KOINANGE: It was an announcement that initially wasn't popular with some whites, and many would blame him for what they call selling out.
Any other label selling Linden Hudson recordings is BOOTLEG and is illegal (plain and simple).
For example, hedge funds often engage in short selling, which is when money is made off the decline of a stock price.
Loomis Sayles also announced Wednesday the launch of its Absolute Strategies fund, a flexible bond fund that can engage in short-selling, meaning it can bet securities will fall in value.
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