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purchaser

One who buys or contracts to buy real property. Also See vendor.
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Jones, who affected to be surprised at nothing after his crushing experience with railroad freight rates on firweood and charcoal, betrayed no surprise now when the task was given to him to locate the purchaser of a certain sorrel mare.
Collins staged the trick properly, as it would be staged in the theatre, even had ready and set up all the necessary apparatus, and himself acted as ringmaster while the prospective purchaser looked on.
THE PURCHASER of a black servant was persuaded that the color of his skin arose from dirt contracted through the neglect of his former masters.
A POLITICAL Preferment, labelled with its price, was canvassing the State to find a purchaser.
The title suggests all kinds of mysteries; a glance at the chapter-headings quickly confirms the suspicions already aroused, and the sub-title: "A Book for All and None", generally succeeds in dissipating the last doubts the prospective purchaser may entertain concerning his fitness for the book or its fitness for him.
Kitty felt that in her, in her manner of life, she would find an example of what she was now so painfully seeking: interest in life, a dignity in life--apart from the worldly relations of girls with men, which so revolted Kitty, and appeared to her now as a shameful hawking about of goods in search of a purchaser.
Additionally, the employee can approve or reject any offer or counteroffer the RSC makes in negotiation with potential third-party purchasers.
Enacted by the SEC in 1990, Rule 144A enables a company to offer its securities, through one or more investment banking firms acting as "initial purchasers," to institutional investors in a private transaction exempt from this registration requirement.
With the shortage of inventory of residential apartments in Manhattan, many purchasers are entering into purchase agreements to buy newly constructed condos.
The survey, which provided an update on individual health insurance, found that one-half of single purchasers chose plans with copayments of less than $20 for physician office visits.
The 2002 draft legislation would have significantly broadened this rule to extend its application to (1) all dispositions (other than certain rollover transactions), including dispositions to arm's-length purchasers, and (2) all excluded property (including shares of another foreign affiliate and inventory), not only capital property used in carrying on an active business.
Third, purchasers should understand and plan to make the multiple regulatory filings that occur as part of a change of ownership in this field.

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