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bid

1. Commerce
a. a statement by a buyer, in response to an offer by a seller, of the more favourable terms that would be acceptable
b. the price or other terms so stated
2. Bridge
a. the number of tricks a player undertakes to make
b. a player's turn to make a bid

Bid

A complete and properly signed proposal to do all or part of the work for the sum stipulated in the bid; supported by data called for by the bidding requirements.

bid

[bid]
(engineering)
An estimate of costs for specified construction, equipment, or services proposed to a customer company by one or more supplier or contractor companies.

bid

1. An offer to perform the work described in a contract at a specified cost.
2. A complete and properly signed proposal to do the work, 1 or designated portion thereof for the sums stipulated therein, supported by data called for by the bidding requirements.
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Claiming that US Airways' bid for Delta Air Lines "represents a clear and present danger to the careers of all Delta employees," MEC Chairman Lee Moak told Air Line Pilots Assn.
If the shift commander in the opening scenario performs a quick search on the Internet, he may discover e-sourcing before spending a great deal of time preparing a sealed bid and being disappointed with the results.
And we'll let you know straight away whether your bid is the lowest at that time by sending you a FREE text message letting you know how your bid has done.
The Mayor's been a champion of Business Improvement Districts since day one of his Administration, and the results are clear--seven new BIDs in the past three years," said Commissioner Robert W.
When the choice is between a business owner's property rights and a BID, I side with the business.
Thus, we see that bidders are not using the eBay proxy bidding agent as eBay advises, to bid once early in the auction.
The three bids are unique within themselves,'' DeMartino said.
I could not get him to understand that he might not get any bids and it was in his interest to re-synopsize.
One of the key attractions of bid whist is the `trash talking,' or whist talk, that takes place between hands of the game," says Dennis J.
This auction is termed second-price because, when a single unit is on the block, the price charged would be that of the highest bid below the price that places the issue, or the second-best price.
76 billion bid Wednesday, is still trying to arrange a meeting with Delta's creditors committee.
Property owners within each BID district are assessed annually as a way to supplement needed city services.