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  • There is a thing called progress, and the old paradigm of insisting that humans go immediately to the surface of the Moon or Mars is a no-sell ... too costly and very very limited return, except for all those terrific movies and documentaries that can be made 50 years from now.

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  • Two years ago, the New York Daily News ran a story on how cheesy Ground Zero souvenir vendors were hawking their wares within a five-block no-sell zone.

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  • To have visited the recycling center gave a clear picture of exactly how well a no-sell stance had worked. - News

  • When you engage in the active intention to convince someone that your match (be it shoot or work) is the real deal, you're engaging in 'kayfabe,' and if you 'no-sell' your opponents moveset, you'll probably get beat up a bit, something they call

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  • According to industry veterans, the deal is a departure from Irvine's usual no-sell philosophy.

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  • Narcissistic. cheesy Ground Zero souvenir vendors were hawking their wares within a five-block no-sell zone.

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  • Drivers shouldn't be overly concerned if their car is on Toyota's no-sell list. - News

  • The township contributed $200,000 to the land acquisition and a 20-year no-sell restriction was placed on the land.


  • Come Sunday, Howard Hanna is hoping to change the city's no-sell record by hosting an open house where potential buyers can walk through the home and speak to a Realtor.


  • Hunter then brought out showgirls and McMahon stood quietly in the ring trying to no-sell.


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