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listing

[′list·iŋ]
(engineering)
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listing

The sapwood cut from the edge of a board.
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listing

Any printed output.
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The Web site complements its comprehensive supply of listings with a wide range of useful search features and access to goods and services related to the move-in process, thereby enhancing the entire prospective tenant experience
Multiple listing services are used in many other places across the country, but in New York City, brokers traditionally have kept their lists to themselves.
The home of your dreams is now only a mouse-click away thanks to MLX.com (Metro List Xpress) - a dynamic web-based business specializing in real estate listings. The Internet site features NYC's largest consumer-accessible database of "real-time" homes for sale or no-fee rentals.
If they list earlier in the week, newer listings that hit the market just as they're making weekend plans might grab buyers' attention instead.
Listing a building marks its special architectural and historic interest, and brings it under consideration of the planning system, according to Historic England.
"Those looking for a home in New York city will soon have one tool that enables them to search and browse listings in the most comprehensive database of residential properties on the market," said REBNY President Steven Spinola.
1) Request additional information from the third-party agent: This can include the identity of and contact information for the corporations and individuals represented by the asset-recovery firm seeking to obtain stale-dated or other monetary listings.
The furor over the NMFS's decision to review the oyster for endangered species listing caused Busch to withdraw his petition on October 13, 2005, but the NMFS has decided to continue to review the status of the Eastern oyster anyway.
Fish and Wildlife Service decisions, which can impose broad restrictions on land designated as habitat, and a more rigorous process for listing species.
Then create a "Breathe-Easy Guide," listing the name, address, and phone number of each business.