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bidding

Bridge a group of bids considered collectively, esp those made on a particular deal

Bidding

In construction, the process of extending invitations and receiving price proposals from contractors or subcontractors for a defined scope of work, typically based on the construction documents and specifications.
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Looking at the bid histories of completed auctions on eBay, two common properties of bidding strategies become quickly evident: First, a substantial fraction of (human or artificial) agents submit their bids in the closing seconds of an auction, a practice called sniping.
We've got more people bidding on 'sporks' (the combination utensil used in school cafeterias).
He claims that during the opening round of the bidding process, KOR did nor submit a bid.
Bidding takes place in private and, as diagram 1 shows, awards are made at the highest priced bids covering the total auction size.
As that two-year note investigation became more intense, Salomon engaged an outside law firm to do an internal investigation at the firm, and apparently that investigation uncovered the earlier bidding irregularities.
I have no intention today on bidding,'' said Adam Friedman, House of Blues Concerts senior vice president.
In the interim the bank's representative checked with his office and realized that he had made a mistake with his bidding and advised the referee to that effect.
Previously, the lawsuit claims, the city broke the law in its efforts to extend the 25-year contract in 1999 without competitive bidding - despite Nederlander allegedly grossing more than $150 million while the city made little or nothing from the deal.
Buchman took to secure the certified check, the bank's representative telephoned the bank's counsel to confirm the bidding instructions and, for the first time, learned of the error in the bidding.