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Sellers

Peter. 1925--80, English radio, stage, and film actor and comedian: noted for his gift of precise vocal mimicry, esp in The Goon Show (with Spike Milligan and Harry Secombe; BBC Radio, 1952--60). His films include I'm All Right, Jack (1959), The Millionairess (1961), The Pink Panther (1963), Dr Strangelove (1964), and Being There (1979)
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Do you think Mr Sellers will settle down again cheerfully to hack-work when you stop buying his pictures, and he finds out that--that--'
Those remarks of yours about fools' paradises were not inspired solely by the affairs of Sellers.
Sellers, Gregory Bain independent executor, estate of Verna L.
While the MPU provisions are intended to relieve the burden on sellers that know that a product or service will be concurrently available for use in more than one jurisdiction, there are a number of issues that have been identified with respect to them.
For five long years, sellers enjoyed the upper hand in real estate negotiations as prices soared and home supply got as tight as a cramped, downtown studio loft.
Buyers prefer that this cap is an amount equal to revenues received from the clients being transferred during the year prior to sale, while sellers prefer that the amount be determined annually, based on actual revenues from these clients.
The firms agree to the latest date when the sellers will reduce their time commitment to the firm and final payments will commence, usually within one to five years.
Sellers love eBay because it offers a huge marketplace of 55 million registered users.
a Culver City, California-based private equity firm that targets minority businesses, also advises sellers to be able to provide, in addition to audited or reviewed statements, three- to five-year financial projections with reasonable assumptions, along with tax records.
1) Acting as a finder--Acting as a finder in bringing together one or more buyers and sellers of any product or service for transactions that the parties themselves negotiate and consummate.
Sellers will be relieved of the "good faith" requirements under current law and will not be liable for uncollected tax.