Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of outbuy.

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Examples

  • NOAA's work on a national farm plan in federal waters was prompted partly by the agency's need to evaluate a 2009 plan by the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council to allow aquaculture from the end of state waters--at three miles offshore--to 200 miles outbuying , said Zach Corrigan, fish program director for Food & Water Watch in Washington, DC.

    Susan Buchanan: Feds Unveil Plan for Offshore Gulf Fish Farms

  • This Issue of New York Mag Brought to You By the Non-Failing Bank HSBC bought all the ad pages in this week's issue of New York magazine, remarkably outbuying all those CBS and and ABC attempts to do the same in People and TV Guide, respectively.

    Jossip

  • They were outbuying Morrison’s advertising in every state and district that mattered.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • acquisition rule forbuying to lease outbuying to resell immediatelychecking the condition ofdisposal ofrezoning ofsplitting ofsee also “alligator” properties; conversionsproperty insurance property management firms fees charged byresearching and monitoring ofresponsibilities ofsearching foras source of informationproperty rental firms property taxes assessed values ofeffect of change of ownership onreassessments ofresearching assessed values ofproperty value:

    Nothing Down for the 2000s

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