Turn-a-profit sentence example

turn-a-profit
  • Is it ethical for people to turn a profit on something that they got for free?

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  • He was an astute businessman who easily could turn a profit.

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  • Our payoff comes from selling our yearling bulls at a price we can dictate whereby we can turn a profit.

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  • Lenders have had to make changes to the way they do business in order to accommodate these new federal requirements while still being able to turn a profit.

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  • Many makers of free computer games will never turn a profit.

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  • Unfortunately for both companies, Iridium faced many significant growing pains in its early stages, struggling to turn a profit and elicit a large enough customer base.

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  • If you buy in Florida, you are almost guaranteed to turn a profit if you ever decide to sell.

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  • They're neither friends nor family, but instead look to turn a profit on their investment.

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  • As you can see, while there is no way to really get a completely free .com, .net, or other common domain, there are options to defray the cost or even turn a profit.

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  • Shopping cart - Being able to offer the goods your members want, often at a discount, and turn a profit on a free clan web hosting site is a very good thing.

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