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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of resell.


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  • Oh, and I sold (or maybe "resold," depends on whether or not the editor decides that the New Wyrd chapbook counts) my short story "Jawbone of an Ass" to "SHE NAILED THE STAKE THROUGH HIS HEAD: TALES OF BIBLICAL HORROR," which is being published by Dybbuk Press (editor Tim Lieder.)

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • At TicketsNow, consumer found tickets that were being "resold" at prices from twice to as high as four-times their face value. US Government Info

  • To address the problem, the new law would impose a two-day waiting period between when tickets go on sale and when they can be "resold" on the secondary market.

    CBC Radio 3

  • His comments were made after it was revealed the RSC had been contacting people advertising tickets for the show on internet sites to tell them tickets would be rendered void if resold, meaning anyone buying them could be turned away at the theatre's door.

    The Stage / News Headlines

  • The one provision that is definitely in these contracts is that the drugs that are sold under the Canadian government pricing regulations cannot be resold outside of Canada with out the drug company's approval.

    Plenty to Like in Freedomnomics, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • As I have written in multiple places, Canada and other countries will not be too thrilled about having their products being resold in the US if there is not more of the product being sold in their country.

    Plenty to Like in Freedomnomics, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • They then resold the homes, often to borrowers who took out risky loans and then defaulted.

    August New Home Sales Were The Second-Worst Month On Record

  • Auction-rate securities are long-term debt instruments with attributes of short-term securities because they were resold with new interest rates in periodic auctions.

    Morgan Stanley Pays Off Auction-Rate Debt in Colorado

  • The government is also enacting measures to stabilize public housing prices, such as lengthening the minimum occupancy period before flats can be resold.

    Coveting Singapore's public housing system

  • Fueled by an insatiable need for mortgage product to be resold in the more sinister world of collateral debt obligations and synthetic securitization, the grunts on the ground churned out millions of the now infamous subprime loans to supposedly unsuspecting consumers.

    Ron Gitter: Has Dodd-Frank Slayed the Mortgage Monster?


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