his bags," the first sergeant told prosecutors.
"It was we in the DUP who secured devolution on terms acceptable to unionists and who finally scattered those birds of passage, the Direct Rule ministers, for so long the public face of a colonial system of government that consigned
us all to the status of second-class citizens," he said.
(3) As the dust settled, artists and collectors who had consigned
work to Berry-Hill began to realize what the bankruptcy filing meant for their artwork.
Wholesalers are more willing to consign
higher-priced rugs, said Robert Moomjy, general manager of MER Corp., where about 10 percent of business is in consignment.
TODAY'S SELECTIONS Haydock 2.20 Consign
. Leicester 4.50 Loving Home.
There are plenty of eager artists who are willing to consign
their works to you.
The consignee holds the consigned
goods for sale or converts the goods to a finished product for sale, and only takes title to the consigned
goods when it uses or sells the goods.
Based on a document from the bureau, the shipment consigned
to Blue Harbor Comm arrived on October 27, 2010 but was only examined last April 4, 2019, nine years after it arrived.
The parcels originated from the United States and consigned
to Steven Marple, of Antique, and Betty Lu of LCG Marketing in Cagayan de Oro.
It seems that fat-cats in the boardrooms and the shareholders have only one loyalty and that is to themselves with little regard for the workers who will be consigned
to the scrapheap.
Attempting to grow all of your own food consigned
people to "13thcentury malnutrition", he said.