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consignment

1. a shipment of goods consigned
2. on consignment for payment by the consignee after sale
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He wrote: "If those who seek to take his place think the route to victory is Continuity Miliband with a different accent or gender, or with a higher level of emotional connection, they will consign Labour to another defeat.
The duo also consign a half-sister to Avenir Certain by Rock Of Gibraltar.
To consign to the sale, contact David Rogers Jones in the Colwyn Bay saleroom, telephone 01492 532176, or Ben Rogers Jones in Cardiff, telephone 02920 708125 or email info@rogersjones.
After hearing the three pitches, the audience were asked to vote one piece of legislation into Room 101, and narrowly opted to consign thousands of pages of tax code legislation to history.
Yes, I took the money from him to allow him to consign the excess luggage on the flight .
The counsel for Begum Bhutto, Nasir Ahmad Awan prayed to the court to consign the case to record as it had already been consigned to record before the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) came into force due to unavailability of details of her assets and bad health.
Summary: Peter Robinson: Collapsing power-sharing and returning to direct rule from London would consign unionists to second class citizenship.

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