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Everybody brought something for sale: shells were the main articles of trade. The Tahitians now fully understand the value of money, and prefer it to old clothes or other articles.
Remember this surplus is over and above trade, which articles of trade have been consumed.
On Friday, July 12, 2019, at about 11 pm, my officers on routine surveillance intercepted an ambulance (Hyundai) with registration number LND 605 XW Lagos, suspected to be laden with offending articles of trade.
"Pakistan has yet not been able to cease the brutal traditions of the past that define women as nothing more than articles of trade and possession," she wrote.
Built in 1827 as part of the Hudson's Bay Company's network of fur trading posts across what is now western Canada, the Fort wasn't designated as a national historic site by the Canadian government until 1923, and you can still see stacks of furs and other common articles of trade and commerce at the Fort today.
Girls are married to the suitor with the highest bid and are considered nothing more than articles of trade. Amnesty International reported that Bakhtwar, 18, who belonged to a Pathan tribe in Sindh, had married Roshan Junejo (in 2000) before a magistrate in Nawabshah.
And the creative ingenuity of Africans as Wariboko has shown reflected in the ways they responded to the introduction of palm oil and other articles of trade generally christened as "legitimate" commerce.
It may be a little harder to mass-market Doritos, Nikes, and other articles of trade in a Southern Baptist's living room than it is in a public school.
without acquiring a few of his articles of trade, without subjecting
An incredulous consort believed that works of art were, ``becoming articles of trade,'' their values determined by, ``the unreasoning laws of markets and fashion...
The weekly routine typically begins on Friday nights when trucks laden with tons of various farm produce, farming implements and other articles of trade mainly from Ivory Coast such as kitchen utensils, textile (especially Ankara Abidjan), shoes and decours arrive at the ancient town.