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tied

1 of a house or cottage, rented out to the tenant for as long as he is employed by the owner.
2 of a public house, contractually obliged to sell products of the brewer landlord insofar as consistent with competition law.
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Several antitrust suits have been brought against cemeteries and their trade associations for alleged tying conspiracies in which cemetery owners have tied plots to other goods or services.
45) Accordingly, merchants who wanted to accept payment through credit cards--the tying product--were forced to accept payment through the lower-profit debit cards--the tied product--as well.
Arenas of Pepperdine is tied for 120th place after shooting a 10-over 82.
Francis and Crespi have combined for 10 ties this season but haven't tied each other in two meetings.
The golden stonefly nymph fly, left, tied by Bill Logan is considered art.
3 -- color) Isonychia nymph fly, tied by Bill Logan, can be commissioned by a buyer for $4,000.
Open qualifier last year, wound up 30th in the Smith Classic, while Wi, the 1990 State Amateur champion, tied for 53rd.
Last week: Tied for 13th at Fort Smith Classic to earn $7,067
In 1999, Cadillac, Volvo and Jaguar were tied for the top spot.
Jacksonville's Eric Gillespie (CSUN) was tied for fourth in the Double-A Southern League batting race (.
This year: Tied for second at SONY Open, eighth at Mercedes Championship and ranked No.