fit for sale

See: marketable
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The visitors were taken there and shown them, all neatly hung in rows, labeled conspicuously with the tags of the government inspectors--and some, which had been killed by a special process, marked with the sign of the kosher rabbi, certifying that it was fit for sale to the orthodox.
The documents showed that the plants being sold at the shops where healthy and fit for sale, however, it was unclear what the actual state of the plants were.
Biz Replies: Make sure you thoroughly check out the supplier you have found to ensure they are reputable and offer goods fit for sale.
The heating system itself was not fit for sale and was described as a defective and dangerous product.
Following a tour of the store, the students designed an eco-friendly product fit for sale in 2028.
That being said, you may not get too many chances, so being fit for business or fit for sale is vital.
The realty experts - after taking into account all the aforementioned points - will issue a written and signed certificate attesting that the said dwellings are fit for sale.
The chickens and goats also get treats of herbs and vegetables that aren't fit for sale.
Food and Drug Administration would be required to create a federal labeling standard to effectively ban mandatory labeling of products deemed fit for sale under legislation introduced last week by Rep.
Foxconn has been reportedly struggling to build the iPhone 5 to Apple's standard norms and specifications, which led Apple to return a batch of iPhones to Foxconn as they were not fit for sale.
The tag is a sign showing the animal is healthy and fit for sale in the market.
As the word suggests, nurseries were where plants were nursed from seedling to mature specimen, passing through various stages of potting-on until fit for sale.