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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of vend.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • See wends.


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  • The Web site, which features about 2,000 products, markets a robust mix of uncommon gifts: The National Maritime Museum offers cosmetic bags made of seat belts (£19.95); the Royal Parks Foundation sells artist-designed deck chairs (£86); and the Royal Academy of Arts vends linear, stainless-steel vases designed by British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid (£130).

    Museum Shops Link Up on Web

  • And vends them forth as knaves vend gilded counters,

    The Monastery

  • Elles valent 140CHF, je les vends 100CHF — une bonne affaire!

    Freecycle est aussi à Lausanne! — Climb to the Stars

  • One would think that airports would attract celebrity chefs searching for new pasturage, but other than Wolfgang Puck — the California culinary colossus who now vends salads and sandwiches from take-out alcoves the size of ATM vestibules — the pickings are slim.

    Greetings from Airworld!

  • Verb conjugation: vendre je vends, tu vends, il/elle vend, nous vendons, vous vendez, ils/elles vendent; past participle: vendu

    vendre - French Word-A-Day

  • Ay, and how should he who traffics with his beauty love the purchaser, any more than he who keeps a stall in the market-place and vends to the highest bidder?


  • Chesapeake vends natural gas, which produces lower carbon dioxide levels than coal, although natural gas, which is primarily methane, would be a pretty potent component of the greenhouse mix all by itself, were it running around loose. » Baby, it’s cold outside

  • Apple, as mentioned earlier today, is rolling out iTunes Plus, which vends DRM-free music at a 30-percent price premium. » Tagging along

  • Suppose you sent us some of the catalogues of the parties what vends statutes?

    Vailima Letters

  • Is a "sausage dog" a "dog shaped like a sausage" i.e. dachshund, or a "dog who vends sausage"? IRISH-SPEAKING SAUSAGE DOG.


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