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second hand

[′sek·ənd ‚hand]
(horology)
The hand that indicates seconds on a timepiece.
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Saba Bibi a house wife said that 'Lunda will be out of reach of the poor soon as most people depend on second hand clothes'.
Thus, Margin Scheme can be availed of by any registered person dealing in buying and selling of second hand goods including old and used empty bottles and who satisfies the conditions as laid down in Rule 32(5) of the Central Goods and Services Tax Rules, 2017.
Previously only available for the purchase of new cars, the extension of the PCP to second hand cars is expected to significantly expand the reach of the product across the market.
In southern Israel the average price of a second hand three-room apartment stood at less than NIS 500,000 ($140,000) in the cities of Ofakim, Dimona, Arad and Kiryat Malachi.
If you buy second hand goods from a trader you still have your consumer rights under the Sale of Goods Act.
Due to increased demand, this is magnified in the second hand market where the average three year old family car is up to pounds 2,000 more than the petrol model.
Coun Anita Lower, added: "This type of enforcement action is aimed at ensuring that all consumers are protected while at the same time ensuring that all dealers in second hand goods in the city abide by all the legislative requirements.
A range of simple songs will finish with the Second Hand Band's favourite, Enjoy Yourself.
Here we learn the fine line between "bin" and "bargain" while discovering that the strength in second hand shopping is learning that if you don't succeed first time round.
Lamix of Poland has started up a tissue machine using a second hand Yankee cylinder.
Other carriers depicted included a cross-country skier, a ship, a taxi driver, Popsicle sticks, and even a second hand designed for Big Ben (unlike the digital second, the second hand treats every moment as a space to be traversed).
Harry, who owns Second Hand World in Whitburn, West Lothian, asked dentist Stephen Gilchrist to make the teeth and he paid him the pounds 1000 by providing new furniture for his practice.