How to use Sell-on in a sentence

sell-on
  • Someone on the dig team wants to steal valuable artifacts and smuggle them to the United States to sell on the black market.

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  • There is also a sell-on clause whereby Hartlepool would receive 20% of any future transfer fee for the player.

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  • Witness admitted he had enabled prosecutor to go to Okehampton, supplying him with tea to sell on his own account.

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  • I toyed with giving him my gold wedding ring to sell on behalf of the staff, then relented.

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  • The key is to find an item you can easily acquire for little money and can sell on eBay for a solid profit.

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  • To sell on an online auction site like eBay, make sure you price your pieces appropriately.

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  • Many producers sell on an individual basis and market their beef not only by the side, but also in smaller quantities and will package custom boxes based on your family's preferences.

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  • Instantly, Disney World ticket books became collectors' items, and they continue to sell on eBay today for a pretty impressive price tag.

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  • The trade-in values are usually pretty low, so it might be a better option to just buy and sell on eBay or some other online marketplace.

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  • Both men's and women's styles make up the current collection, while vintage Ferragamo shoes still sell on auction sites such as Ebay.

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