Crossword clues for sale
- Clearance event
- Ad headline
- Mall attraction
- Sign that attracts crowds
- Possible result of bankruptcy
- "Lost our lease" event
- See 27-Down
- Pitcher's success
- Sign in a store window
- Counter offer
- Presidents' Day event
- Telemarketer's aim
- Realtor's aim
- See 36-Down
- Bargain hunter's event
- Headline in a circular
- Bargain event
- Post-Christmas store event
- "Dollar days" event
- Crowd draw, maybe
- Kind of price
- Half-off event
- Event for which percentages may be specified
- Ace pitcher's reward?
- Result of a pitch, perhaps
- Common event the day after Thanksgiving
- Broker's goal
- "Prices slashed!" event
- Holiday season event
- Item at a bakery
- For ___
- Stock mover
- Blowout, e.g.
- "Buy two, get one free" event
- Good time to get the goods
- Crowd drawer, often
- Memorial Day weekend event
- Chapter 11 event, maybe
- "BOGO" event
- Event that's taking off?
- Store window sign
- "50% off" event
- Shop window sign
- The state of being purchasable
- An agreement (or contract) in which property is transferred from the seller (vendor) to the buyer (vendee) for a fixed price in money (paid or agreed to be paid by the buyer)
- Offered or exhibited for selling
- A particular instance of selling
- The general activity of selling
- An occasion (usually brief) for buying at specially reduced prices
- Closing act?
- Post-Christmas event
- Unloading time?
- Word with fire or no
- No_____ (register button)
- Shopper's lure
- "Half-off" event
- Garage event
- Bargain hunter's delight
- 50% off event
- Red tag locale
- Leading port of old Morocco
- Shopaholic's delight
- December 26 event
- Shopper's delight
- Store event
- Red-tag event
- Shoppers' thrill
- Enticing store sign
- Bargain seeker's event
- Real estate agent's goal
- Marketer's aim
- Tent event
- Successful pitch
- Dollar days event
- Sign in a window
- Garage activity
- After-Christmas event
- Merchandise mover
- Dollar stretcher
- Mall event
- Store sign
- Event marked by a "ka-ching!"
- Circular announcement
- Shopper stopper
- Like some merchandise
- Register transaction
- Reward for good pitching?
- It may follow a pitch
- Alternative to bankruptcy for a company
- Counter action
- Realtor's goal
- Crowd attractor
- 16-Down's desire
- Point of ___
- Emporium event
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sale \Sale\, n.
See 1st Sallow. [Obs.]
Sale \Sale\, n. [Icel. sala, sal, akin to E. sell. See Sell, v. t.]
The act of selling; the transfer of property, or a contract to transfer the ownership of property, from one person to another for a valuable consideration, or for a price in money.
Opportunity of selling; demand; market.
They shall have ready sale for them.
Public disposal to the highest bidder, or exposure of goods in market; auction.
--Sir W. Temple.
Bill of sale. See under Bill.
Of sale, On sale, For sale, to be bought or sold; offered to purchasers; in the market.
To set to sale, to offer for sale; to put up for purchase; to make merchandise of. [Obs.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late Old English sala "a sale, act of selling," from a Scandinavian source such as Old Norse sala "sale," from Proto-Germanic *salo (cognates: Old High German sala, Swedish salu, Danish salg), from PIE root *sal- (3) "to grasp, take." Sense of "a selling of shop goods at lower prices than usual" first appeared 1866. Sales tax attested by 1886. Sales associate by 1946. Sales representative is from 1910.
Etymology 1 n. (context obsolete English) A hall. Etymology 2
n. 1 An exchange of goods or services for currency or credit. 2 The sale of goods at reduced prices. 3 The act of putting up for auction to the highest bidder.
n. the general activity of selling; "they tried to boost sales"; "laws limit the sale of handguns"
a particular instance of selling; "he has just made his first sale"; "they had to complete the sale before the banks closed"
the state of being purchasable; offered or exhibited for selling; "you'll find vitamin C for sale at most pharmacies"; "the new line of cars will soon be on sale"
an agreement (or contract) in which property is transferred from the seller (vendor) to the buyer (vendee) for a fixed price in money (paid or agreed to be paid by the buyer); "the salesman faxed the sales agreement to his home office" [syn: sales agreement]
Salé ( Sala, Berber ⵙⵍⴰ Sla) is a city in north-western Morocco, on the right bank of the Bou Regreg river, opposite the national capital Rabat, for which it serves as a commuter town. Founded in about 1030 by Arabic-speaking Berbers, the Banu Ifran, it later became a haven for pirates as an independent republic before being incorporated into Alaouite Morocco.
The city's name is sometimes transliterated as Salli or Sallee. The National Route 6 connects it to Fez and Meknes in the east and the N1 to Kénitra in the north-east. Its population is approximately 900,000.
Sale may refer to:
Sale (names, initials and dates unknown) was an English amateur cricketer who made 5 known appearances in first-class cricket matches from 1791 to 1793.
Sale is an administrative ward in the Ngorongoro District of the Arusha Region of Tanzania. According to the 2002 census, the ward has a total population of 2,904.
Sale was an ancient Greek city located in Thrace, located in the region between the river Nestos and the river Hebros.
Sale is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Albert Sale (1850–1874), US Army soldier and Medal of Honor recipient
- Charles "Chic" Sale (1885–1936), American vaudeville performer
- Chris Sale (born 1989), American Major League Baseball pitcher
- Dick Sale (1919–1987), English schoolmaster and cricketer
- Florentia Sale (1790–1853), English writer
- Forest Sale (1911–1985), American collegiate basketball player and politician
- Freddy Sale, American baseball pitcher
- George Sale (1697–1736), English orientalist and solicitor
- Jamie Salé (born 1977), Canadian pairs figure skater
- John Sale (1758–1827), English singer
- John Bernard Sale (1779–1856), English organist, son of John Sale
- Kirkpatrick Sale (born 1937), American environmental and human ecology scholar and author
- Mark Sale (born 1972), English former footballer
- Ned Sale (1883–1918), New Zealand cricketer
- Niu Sale (born 1959), American football player
- Richard Sale (director) (1911–1993), American screenwriter and film director
- Robert Sale (1782–1845, British Army major general
- Tim Sale (artist) (born 1956), American comic book artist
- Tim Sale (politician) (born 1942), Canadian politician
- Tommy Sale (1910–1990), English footballer
- Tommy Sale (rugby league) (1918–2016), English rugby league player
- Tony Sale (1931–2011), English computer hardware engineer and historian of computing
- Vernon Sale (1915–1991), New Zealand cricketer
Usage examples of "sale".
As salespeople performed fewer persuasive sales functions, retailers began to advertise more.
If your advertisement is in the business-to-business arena, it should gain inquiries and leads for the sales force by offering an incentive for a response.
The best answer is that a brochure creates the drama of an advertisement but delivers a more complete sales message that can be retained physically as wen as mentally.
A marketing plan incorporates the methods of advertising, sales promotion, merchandising and public relations.
After we examined the advertising, sales promotion, public relations and direct marketing, we discovered that nowhere in their communication was anything that offered the customers comfort, excitement and innovation.
Pauli and the Cavern 56 3 Up the Smoke 97 4 Beatles for Sale 144 5 Lennon and McCartney 184 6 Avant-Garde London 211 7 Making the Albums 268 8 Sergeant Pepper 293 9 The Walrus Was Paul 349 10 The Maharishi 396 11 Apple 431 12 The White Album 481 13 Let It Be 526 14 John 568 Afterword 597 Bibliography 618 The Beatles have become so surrounded by myth, fantasy and speculation that determining anything other than the basic facts of their lives has become virtually impossible.
Night came the Beatles for Sale album with eight new Lennon-McCartney compositions.
Ad Lib club, 132-4, 139 Adams, John and Marina, 126, 254 Aitken, Jonathan, 228 Albufeira, Portugal, 204 album sleeve designs, 333-48, 500-506, albums, by the Beach Boys, 280-81 by the Beatles Abbey Road, 550-59, 565 Beatles: Love Songs, Beatles for Sale, 38, 173 Let It Be, 470, 534-9, 549-51, 575, 578 Magical Mystery Tour, Please Please Me, 93, 95, 153, 583 Revolver, 190, 268, 281, 290-92 Rubber Soul, 268, 278, 290 Sgt.
It happened in the middle of an end-of -year bargain sale, when all of them had been trying to get the only bronze alembic left in a bin.
Hansard for the sale of this report, on the ground that the allegation therein contained about the work was a libel.
Owner Ramsey Osborn yesterday hedged his Arc bets by selling a half-share in his four-year-old colt to arbitrageur Malcolm Pembroke, who launched into bloodstock only this week with a two million guineas yearling at the Premium Sales.
Where local and foreign milk alike are drawn into a general plan for protecting the interstate commerce in the commodity from the interferences, burdens and obstructions, arising from excessive surplus and the social and sanitary evils of low values, the power of the Congress extends also to the local sales.
Justice, moreover, demands that we acknowledge the existence of a small minority of dues-paying members of the Socialist Party who neither attack religion nor tacitly approve of the atheistic propaganda carried on in the official Marxian press, as well as in the books, pamphlets and magazines on sale not only in the leading Socialist book-stores of America, but even at the National Office of the party in Chicago.
Private investigators, shady operators like the Boston realtor and the Campbell who had listed Auk House for sale or rent.
The auriferous tooth, the sedentary disposition, the Sunday afternoon wanderlust, the draught upon the delicatessen store for home-made comforts, the furor for department store marked-down sales, the feeling of superiority to the lady in the third-floor front who wore genuine ostrich tips and had two names over her bell, the mucilaginous hours during which she remained glued to the window sill, the vigilant avoidance of the instalment man, the tireless patronage of the acoustics of the dumb-waiter shaft - all the attributes of the Gotham flat-dweller were hers.