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- v. Present participle of dump.
- n. the disposal of something no longer needed, or of no value
- n. selling goods at less than their normal price, especially in the export market as a means of securing a monopoly
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. selling goods abroad at a price below that charged in the domestic market
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This ailment earned the title dumping syndrome, and suffering patients would feel nauseated, clammy, and sweaty.
Announcing a campaign to boost the local manufacturing industry, the body objected to what it called the dumping of inferior foreign products on South African markets.
The thing is that now, with the monopoly price of oil, with the depressed prices of sugar in what we call the dumping ground of the international market, to buy one ton of oil today you almost need one ton of sugar.
Specter, who is in a tough primary race in the Rust Belt state of Pennsylvania, said Chinese subsidies and what he called dumping are "a form of international banditry."
Domestic "dumping" is predatory pricing, an RPA offese.
I have tried to talk to him and he keeps telling me that his pile will eventually turn into mulch and therefore the dumping is justified.
And, finally, this may seem odd to hear, but the person we believe is Barack Obama's biggest obstacle in dumping the Chicago Way is his own wife, Michelle Obama, who has interlaced her adult life around it and worked directly for Daley's Chicago Way.
We altered Chevron's "We Agree" ads ever-so-slightly to highlight the company's greenwashing efforts as well as its role in dumping 18 billion gallons of toxic oil pollution in the Ecuadorean Amazon.
"Carbon dumping" is not a sin although you can feel the ire directed at "big carb."
If you are afraid to show equal candor in dumping on Wayne by doing so with attribution, further posts by you on this topic are pointless.