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auctioneer

a person who conducts an auction by announcing the lots and controlling the bidding
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In July, Tattersalls agreed to acquire bloodstock auctioneering business of auctioneer Brightwells.
Cronje, who has been part of the Agra livestock team since February 2012, scored 92% in the stock judging category, 100% in the category of theoretical knowledge and 77% with his auctioneering skills, totaling 89.67%.
Upon graduating in 1993, he headed to Western College of Auctioneering in Billings, Mont.
Having honed his auctioneering skills in the bath, an opportunity arose for him to put them into practice relatively late in life in 1975, when Ballsbridge Sales were looking to recruit.
He added: "Auctioneering is just one of many things I do.
The NAEA Technical Award in Real Property Auctioneering offers practitioners a new opportunity to study the law and practice involved in this growing area of the profession, and to gain a nationally recognised qualification.
Auctioneering school, says Norman, is what taught him the tongue-twisting tricks of the trade.
He wants to appoint a 10-person task force to look into claims of alleged auctioneering malpractice.
Former Alnwick Mayor and district councillor Ian Robertson has conducted his last sale at the Narrowgate Salerooms in the Northumberland town after 35 years of auctioneering there.
The auctioneering will be done by Baltimore-based Michael Fox Auctioneers, and New America Network will gather and screen prospective properties and market the event.
The new online game gives students a close look at how auctions work and the many different opportunities within the auctioneering industry.