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scalper

A screen for removing oversize particles.
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The scalpers descended on this spot two weeks ago for the Turkey-Croatia match, and they were back plying their trade before the Wales-Northern Ireland knockout game.
The bots tugged their winnings off to the scalpers, while Schuster was empty-handed.
Scalpers are a common sight outside Apple's stores in China, selling genuine Apple products, usually iPhones, at a markup for customers unwilling to queue or faced with stores out of stock.
In England, they are known as ticket touts; in America, scalpers. The terms, which are not widely accepted as compliments, refer to a sports profession that has grown out of all realistic proportions over the past 40 years and is now worth millions of pounds.
Designed to meet the needs of sports and entertainment fans throughout the United States while bypassing the costly efforts of ticket scalpers, FreeTicketExchange.com went live and online during a morning news conference today in New York City.
The 23-year-old traveled to Autzen Stadium from Portland anyway, and bought a ticket from one of the many scalpers who hang around the stadium on game day.
Initial scalping is achieved by a Derrick belt scalper. Secondary screening is accomplished by a Derrick FLC-2000 3-Panel High "G" Shaker.
The ticket scalper is more an arbitrager than a speculator in this case.
Celtic fan Billy, who got rave reviews for his performance opposite Dame Judi Dench in the hit Scots movie Mrs Brown, plays a scalper who finds a wig on the beach.
If they were attending a Chicago Bulls game rather than the Democratic National Convention, print journalists would be paying $75 face value - and perhaps several hundred more from a scalper - for their best assigned seats at the United Center.
A special World Cup court this week sentenced a Nigerian scalper to three years in jail after he was found with 30 tickets on Sunday.
A Russian court on Friday (15 April) sentenced an airline employee and a ticket scalper for their role in the bombings of two Russian passenger jets in 2004.