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dealer

1. a person or firm engaged in commercial purchase and sale; trader
2. Cards the person who distributes the cards
3. Slang a person who sells illegal drugs
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Example 3: P, the common parent of an affiliated group that includes subsidiary S (a dealer in exempt obligations), borrows $40 from unrelated lender X.
Every year, more than 200,000 guns used in crimes are traced back to licensed gun dealers like Bull's Eye.
It was not positioned as a replacement for plot tours, because we're still seeing about 70 percent attendance at dealer field days.
Provide free advertising space to local dealer in music programs and yearbooks in exchange for free use of instruments and recital hall for association sponsored events.
Automakers are fully aware of customer frustration, but still shy from publicly advocating repeal of franchise laws in the face of fierce dealer opposition.
GM was implored to address problems in its Minority Dealers Development (MDD) Program.
One company, Hanaten, is a used-car dealer in the Osaka area that sees its Saturn franchise as its entry into the new-car market.
Right-sizing is best reflected in the number of nameplates held per dealer and the number of separate facilities per dealer.
3347 would also require municipal securities dealer banks (dealer banks) to incur the expense and administrative burdens of moving their municipal dealer departments out of the banks into separate brokerage firms.
DSC is very excited to extend financing to lanelogic's dealer base.
Under the second program, the dealer has the lessee complete a credit application, but also obtains a credit report from an external credit bureau.
But until the dealer network was up and running and tractors were on the lots, customers would have to wait.