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Sells, AZ -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Arizona

Population (2000): 2799
Housing Units (2000): 810
Land area (2000): 9.364287 sq. miles (24.253390 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.008213 sq. miles (0.021272 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 9.372500 sq. miles (24.274662 sq. km)
FIPS code: 65490
Located within: Arizona (AZ), FIPS 04
Location: 31.914994 N, 111.875669 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
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sells

n. (plural of sell English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: sell)

Usage examples of "sells".

Barger tells the court he uses and sells heroin and other drugs during the 1960s.

He works as a laborer, buys and sells used cars, and speculates in real estate and the stock market.

East Coast chapters Harwood explains what happens to an Angel who sells bad dope.

The drug dealer is a member of the Breed in 1974 when he lays a heavy on a band promoter who sells drugs on his turf in Albany, New York.

An old lady also sells and carries drugs on the street for her Angel to ensure he is never caught.

He sells the drug to a southern New Jersey Pagan called Buckets, who distributes it to Pagan mother club members in New Jersey, Delaware and Philadelphia.

She is lucky if her old man sells her for quick cash or motorcycle parts.

An Angel sells several hundred dollars worth of T-shirts in September 1983.

Nevertheless, let me tell you that whether a woman sells herself for twenty-five louis or twenty-five million louis she is as much a prostitute in the one case as in the other, if she does not give her love with herself, or at all events the semblance of love.

But even if the farmer feeds out none of his wheat-bran, but sells it all with his wheat, the 30 bushels of wheat remove from the soil only 26 lbs.

I think the farmer who raises 10 tons for every ton he sells, will soon reach this point, and when once reached, it is a comparatively easy matter to maintain this degree of fertility.

Grain-growing farmers, like our friend the Deacon, here, who sells his grain and never brings home a load of manure, and rarely buys even a ton of bran to feed to stock, and who sells more or less hay, must certainly be impoverishing their soils of phosphates much more rapidly than the dairyman who consumes nearly all his produce on the farm, and sells little except milk, butter, cheese, young calves, and old cows.

Time was when it had a large trade in the surrounding States, but of late it sells near home.

The poorest salesman I have on the road sells the most goods and makes me the least money.

If they have a dozen men on the road, the man who sells the most goods is the champion man.