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“If they are not recovered they will precipitate a turn-over that means not merely money but control and power.”
“The small advantage they gain by readers being able to discover new authors and turn-over their library (i.e. sell books to buy more books) doesn't outweigh the lost income when a used copy is bought instead of a new one.”
“Obviously, this will be a bigger number and will depend on the rate of turn-over of Fed loans.”
“The project has a quick turn-over: from conceptualizing the project, to the production and selling of all 500 copies within a month.”
“They have massive amounts of administrative turn-over - one principal walked into the school after he was hired and walked right back out.”
“Significantly, the report also states that around 25,000 minor and adult women have left the sexual exploitation circus between 2001 and 2009 throwing light on a rapid turn-over of women in the sex trade.”
“The third turn-over started it, and he threw it into gear with the windlass that began winding up the cable from the river's bottom.”
“After the LMCC originally decided to provide transponders for design-build contractors, 200 lower quality transponders were purchased due to the urgency and quick turn-over of the order.”
“Added value, such as the new super-ATM, creates excellent public relations, reduces customer turn-over, and increases consumer loyalty.”
“With the Haitian government devastated, any necessary turn-over of authority should go to the United Nations rather than to the U.S. military.”
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