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sell

v. to transfer possession and ownership goods or other property for money or something of equivalent value. (See: sale)

sell

verb auction, barter, bring to market, deal in, dispose of for profit, divendere, drive a trade, effect a sale, exchange, furnish, give title to, handle, hawk, make a sale, market, merchandise, offer for sale, peddle, provide, put on sale, put up for sale, trade in, traffic in, transfer for a consideration, vend, vendere
See also: deal, handle, liquidate, persuade, trade, vend
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Nay, good youth," quoth he, "if thou canst not sell thy cattle, it may be I will find a man that will lift them from thy hands; perhaps that man may be myself, for I love a merry youth and would help such a one along the path of life.
To satisfy this requirement, the client can sells the property's escrow purchase contract (rather than selling the property).
It makes sense for agents to sell travel insurance to the clients [to whom] they sell homeowners and auto insurance policies.
Although the Waste Management example is an extreme case, insiders such as directors, officers and key executives may be sending valuable signals when they sell their company's shares.
Many studios and production companies have online stores that sell mass-produced items related to popular movies or shows.
S qualifies for an exclusion of up to $250,000 of gain when she sells the new residence.
Selling Shareholders Will Prefer to Sell Their C Corp Stock Instead of Doing an Asset Sale to Produce Only One Level of Taxation.
When you sell short, your potential loss is infinite," says Guy.
1034(c)(4) and (d), a taxpayer who sells two or more principal residences within a two-year period must calculate the gain deferral on the sale of the first residence by treating the last residence purchased during that period as the replacement residence; thus, gain on the sale of any intermediate residence must be recognized.
I don't think there's a general rule on when to sell stock," says David Kay, a certified financial planner with the, Advisory Group in Centerville, Ohio.