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vend

verb auction, deal in, dispense, make a sale, market, offer for sale, peddle, put up for sale, retail, sell, trade, unload
Associated concepts: vendee, vendor, vendor's lien
See also: barter, handle, sell, trade
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In Central Texas, where German settlers arrived before the Wends and founded towns like New Braunfels and Fredericksburg, Wends were often absorbed into the German Texan culture.
Later, as the cortege wends its way to Kevin's resting place, the hearse breaks down, prompting the Albert Square regulars to lend a hand - and a solid shoulder - to ensure the deceased makes it to his final destination on time.
A GOOD Friday silent march of witness starts from the Baptist church on Park Avenue, Redcar, and wends its way to Redcar High Street.
Chen wends his way alone seeking leads from various sources.
Deep-voiced Prebble wends his way through this maze with a serious, convincing tone that makes this all delicious nonsense.
The package has been put together by Racing Tours, and covers 11 days - October 26 to November 5, 2006 - travelling aboard the River Explorer, the only river barge hotel in the States, as it wends its way from Cincinnati to Louisville for the big day at Churchill Downs.
A young woman wends her way through the labyrinthine outdoor passages of various apartment buildings, identified by a voice-over as social housing in Vienna and Malmo.
The rest of the community, singing special hymns, wends its way to that place where a short service is held.
1 -- color) A line of sheriff's vehicles wends its way through the desert Sunday, near where sheriff's Deputy Steve Sorensen was shot to death.
You have to watch your step in some areas at St George's where a ditch wends its way around the back of the clubhouse and perilously near the Royal and Ancient marquee.
Here, as he deftly wends his way through the Renaissance world of changing perspective and shifting vantage points, characterized variously by tropes of mirrors and telescopes, Mazzotta's own exercise in world making emerges from the pages of this profoundly insightful act of cross-temporal reconciliation.
Sorbs in this country usually called themselves Wends, but that term has acquired a pejorative ring in Europe today.