“Arthur, bright star of chivalry, dwindles into a Welsh subaltern; the Cid Campeador, defender of the faith, sells his sword as often to Moslem as to Christian, and _sells_ it ever; while Siegfried and Feridun vanish into nothings.”
“They thought it seemed a bit bland and my editor said any way, she said anything with Paris in the title sells really well in North America, so that ` s what we went with and actually I have to admit I think it ` s a good title and I love the cover.”
“Anything with sex in the title sells and comedy is always a big pull, too, but anyone turning up to see standup Keith Farnan's show at Underbelly may be in for a surprise.”
“Reggie then said that depending on how well the title sells within Europe Nintendo might not bring it to North America.”
“Â Does anyone know if this title sells worse than one of the better superhero books Marvel has put out in the past year?”
“American comic book publishers break out the champagne when a title sells 100,000 copies.”
“Over the weekend, thousands of books have lost their sales rank - the number that Amazon uses to show how well one title sells compared with another - as the company apparently seeks to make its bestseller lists more family friendly.”
“Usually, studios see first if the game title sells well before even considering to ship it to Hollywood.”
“Linda Martin sells the best detailed map of where the bus and taxi stands are, including city bus routes.”
“The only thing that Apple really sells is their GUI, which is an executable that runs on top of their version of Unix, just like Windows originally was a DOS executable.”
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Imagine my joy when I was wearing my calculator watch and was first introduced to someone named Leslie - there was exactly enough room on the display for 317537.14.
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