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Usage examples for sale

  1. He lost no time in taking the horse to the fair, and offered it for sale, and among those who saw it was the Tsar himself. – Cossack Fairy Tales and Folk Tales by Anonymous
  2. " He's not for sale," answered Warrington. – Parrot & Co. by Harold MacGrath
  3. Those are not for sale. – Lady Baltimore by Owen Wister
  4. She asked the auctioneer's man when the contents of the nursery would be put up, and he told her it was second on the list for that day's sale. – Loyal to the School by Angela Brazil
  5. There are models of this kind for sale, but the simple ones made in a few seconds by the teacher or the pupil have much more meaning. – The Teaching of Geometry by David Eugene Smith
  6. He drew 'Lige Curtis's bill of sale from his pocket, and opening it before John Milton said, " Was it that?" – A First Family of Tasajara by Bret Harte
  7. If they had time to think it over, they might change their minds, and he would lose a sale. – Natalie: A Garden Scout by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  8. Indeed, he added, getting on to easier ground, it's having a perfectly wonderful sale. – Moonbeams From the Larger Lunacy by Stephen Leacock
  9. What is there for sale? – Iermola by Joseph Ignatius Kraszewksi
  10. " It's not for sale," asserted Hames. – The Greater Power by Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton
  11. His agency may begin before the time of the sale and continue after it. – Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman by Albert Sidney Bolles
  12. Bargain and sale are concluded before the morning walk is over. – Morocco by S.L. Bensusan
  13. Mr Rimbolt was waiting for him eagerly, to hear all about the sale and the purchases which had been made. – A Dog with a Bad Name by Talbot Baines Reed
  14. The sale must go on, Mr. Ricketts. – Lord Stranleigh Abroad by Robert Barr
  15. " No," said Ethel, " some of it was done months ago and intended for sale." – Mildred's New Daughter by Martha Finley
  16. Why should I speak of sale? – Browning and the Dramatic Monologue by S. S. Curry
  17. This, of course, Rawson- Clew did not find out; he found out several things about the Polkingtons though, their debts and difficulties, their sale and the break up of the family. – The Good Comrade by Una L. Silberrad
  18. The claim ain't for sale, and I won't have 'em coming round bothering me about it. – Loaded Dice by Ellery H. Clark
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