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- verb To
buy again, especially to buy something previously sold(or pawned)
- noun A type of
pokertournament that allows players to purchase more chips during the course of the tournament.
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Not only did we allow Wall Street to have a free "rebuy" after busting out, we then let them bonus themselves insane amounts of money while they blamed the losers for buying homes which they couldn't afford with products designed precisely to work around that small detail.
But saving the equivalent of a single car payment hardly seems worth the risk when it's your health involved, which for you, individually, no amount of money can improve or 'rebuy' when it's gone.
You might consider getting an HDMI enabled DVD player instead . . . just as good quality as Blu-Ray and you don't have to "rebuy" your old DVDs.
It gives you the feel of the "rebuy" scenario, which is why players like the rebuy events, and it's kind of a twist - it creates a new scenario that players have to learn strategies for.
If he sells, he can rebuy a similar fund right away and book a $3,000 loss to offset taxes on other gains or even his wages.
Nike is easiest to use until battery dies and you have rebuy after a year (can't replace battery) Garmin is most accurate but too complicated; confusing website could be improved ... why did I spend $$$$?
If I cannot get them replaced, I am not going to rebuy them just to have them broken again, and I am not going to spend money on another Xbox to replace a manufacturer defect.
I'm not a big fan of contemporary rap, but I've started to rebuy some of my old school gangster rap and a bunch of old school hip-hop.
Now if anyone can remember the title so I can try to rebuy this book that would be great.
At least in a society or market where people like to move around and sell their houses to rebuy new ones somewhere else.
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