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  • noun Plural form of underbidder.


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  • "That first lot will get people pumped up, and the underbidders will go after the next two," he said.

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  • Christie's Auction Disappoints One of the underbidders for that Calder was Abdallah Chatila, a Geneva jeweler who began collecting art a year ago.

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  • Would the underbidders be interested in slide. com? reply

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  • We have noted that women are already in most of the trades followed by men, and that the number of this army of working, wage-earning women is legion; that they are not trained at all, and are so badly paid that as underbidders they perpetually cut the wages of men.

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  • Women, and vocational training and vocations compulsory underbidders in meat-packing plants non-wage-earning

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  • State in 1.5 Million Euro settlement with National Aquatic Centre underbidderThe Sunday Business Post -- aricle by Pat Leahy on 7 March 2010-claims that the Govt. has approved the payment of in or about 1.5 million to the underbidders who tendered for the building of the National Aquatic Centre.

  • The Hague was one of the underbidders at Sotheby's.

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  • Advantage Property Consulting's Frank Valentic noticed a return of investors to the market, such as the underbidders at 14 Briggs Street in Caulfield - a block of six flats which went for $2.72 million, $320,000 over reserve.

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  • "That first lot will get people pumped up, and the underbidders will go after the next two," he said.

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  • But underbidders can come in at the last second and make bids if you don't close out the contract. ''


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