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saleable

(US), salable
fit for selling or capable of being sold
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He said that process had already been initiated for identifying the saleable properties and the list would be prepared by the end of March.
If it is saleable we can either take it there and then or arrange another day and time for collection.
As of June 2017, the company sold 28 residential units out of available 141 units, (equivalent to) 20 percent of the saleable units,' he said.
Entered into a development management agreement to develop a premium residential group housing project with saleable are of 0.
Saleable production will be reduced by 36% at Wessels to 740,000 mt/y.
Alam said that former chief minister Nitish Kumar too had become a saleable face but his appeal diminished to a great extent this year.
2013), the presiding judge decided that the smallest saleable unit required further apportionment and required evidence that the feature in question drove consumer demand.
The work by Scotland's Rural College suggests that as an animal ages there is a greater increase in fat trim compared with saleable meat.
Some 40% of the clothes donated as part of the scheme to the local shops were saleable items that generated money for the charity, with the rest being recycled as part of Marks & Spencer's Plan A environmental objective.
When complete, the project will consist of a 12story building with 47 units containing approximately 71,000 net saleable square feet.
These applications not only enable the papermaker to produce more saleable tons per day by addressing process bottlenecks or limitations, they also help the mill meet regulatory and environmental goals without additional physical unit operations.
For as long as MRFs have existed, a stream of beverage cans and bottles has poured into the front door and been presented to plant managers and secondary commodity brokers charged with the task of sorting, processing and marketing a saleable commodity.