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* When selling or letting its property the Crown Estate should always seek to achieve the best consideration ( i. e. price ) which can reasonably be obtained in all the circumstances, but discounting any monopoly value ( mainly from ownership of the foreshore and seabed ).
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When it came out in 1975, Pinchcliffe Grand Prix was an enormous success in Norway, selling 1 million tickets in its first year of release.
When he was 25, he took a sales job selling books written and published by American philosopher, Elbert Hubbard.
Connick's best selling album in the United States is his 1993 Christmas album When My Heart Finds Christmas, which also is one of the best selling Christmas albums in the United States.
He is the author of a best selling book on the problem of evil, When Bad Things Happen to Good People.
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When not coerced legally to do otherwise, monopolies typically maximize their profit by producing fewer goods and selling them at higher prices than would be the case for perfect competition.
When Benedict IX left the city after selling the papacy, there was already another aspirant to the See of Peter in the field.
When growers in a FARC-controlled area are caught selling coca to non-FARC brokers, they are generally forced to leave the region, but when growers are caught selling to FARC in paramilitary-controlled areas, they are generally killed.
When TrueType and the license to Microsoft was announced, John Warnock of Adobe gave an impassioned speech in which he claimed Apple and Microsoft were selling snake oil, and then announced that the Type 1 format was open for anyone to use.
When the original pairing tries to find out why Lucky does not put down his load ( at least not unless his master is prevailing on him to do something else ), Pozzo explains that Lucky is attempting to mollify him to prevent him from selling him.
When the compilation was later released it debuted at number one in the UK and was the best selling album of the year in the UK and Europe.
When that occurred, Radio Shack stores began selling computers made by other manufacturers, such as Compaq.
When it was claimed that a bakery was selling bread below the prescribed pound weight, he personally went there, had all bread weighed, and confiscated it if below legal weight.
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When he left to become a " contract " worker, sewing fur pieces and selling them himself, he was nineteen years old and an accomplished designer.
When demand increased they took apprentices into the shop and engaged peddlers to travel throughout the Colonies selling the shiny, useful articles ( the seal of the government of the Town of Berlin shows such a " Yankee peddler ", in eighteenth-century dress with a basket under his arm, a pack on his back full of tinware ).
When Bethlehem announced in 1999 that they would consider selling their sewage treatment plant to the Town of Burns Harbor, the way was clear for the town to begin planning a sewer project.
When Roy is residing in the Caribbean he works at his father's company, selling million-dollar mansions.
When the project went bankrupt in the mid-1970s after selling only 41 houses, Manufacturer's Hanover Trust acquired the debt and held it as REO ( real estate owned ) for approximately 10 years until a limited partnership composed of David A. Gitlitz, Alvin Dworman, Phillip Abrahms, Phillip D. Winn, and Gary S. Lachman acquired it.
When this Devil of buying and selling is once cast out, your Lordship will, I hope, take care that he return not again, lest he bring seven worse than himself into the house after ' tis swept and garnisht.
When the promoters of the Columbus and Toledo Railroad Company, present day CSX, announced its route would include Salt Rock Township, Samuel Morral I and Jacob Neff, each of whom owned the land where the village now is, entered into the business of selling commercial and residential lots.
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When he realized the crowd was not letting up and their love for him was real, he broke down in tears while waving and mouthing " thank you ".
When nobody ( out of fear ) dares to approach the figure, instead letting him pass through the seven chambers, the Prince pursues him with a drawn dagger until he is cornered in the seventh room, the black room with the scarlet-tinted windows.
When McGloin goes to pray at a Catholic church, and sees Amsterdam's friend, Jimmy Spoils ( Gilliard ), he objects to letting a " nigger " in the church.
When he made it back to Utopia, Gambit got angry at Cyclops for letting Rogue go up against the villain Emplate all alone.
When this happens, the tornado sirens may sound in that area, letting people know that a tornado was seen or is forming nearby.
When approached by a predator, it relies on camouflage and immobility to an amazing degree, for example letting people come to within a few feet before finally taking flight, a behavior that has earned it the moniker " fool hen ".
When philosopher and anti-war activist Bertrand Russell used Griffin's show to condemn the war in Vietnam, Griffin was criticized for letting Russell have his say.
When it came to justice in home loans, Cisneros, through his agency, stood firm to lenders by letting them know that HUD would no longer tolerate unfairly denying minorities access to home loans, and aggressively penalized lenders who broke fair lending laws.
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Steve Allen wrote: " When I booked Elvis, I naturally had no interest in just presenting him vaudeville-style and letting him do his spot as he might in concert.
When escorting cattle across a river suspected of having piranhas, farmers will sometimes sacrifice a sick or injured cow downstream before letting the herd enter the water.
When X-Force regroups later, Wolverine admonishes Laura for being so reckless with the lives of her teammates and for letting Rahne get kidnapped.
When at least 11 points are scored against a goalkeeper, he will be able to " hunt ", throwing the ball like a dodge ball at the outfield players without letting the ball hit the ground, though not getting outside the box.
When the scientists refuse to speak to him, McGee suspects they know more than they are letting on and sneaks into the lab, hiding in a cupboard where he accidentally knocks over a chemical container.
When the user reads the email, the email client requests the image, letting the sender know that the email address is valid and that email was viewed.
The reviewer for The New York Times wrote, " When not spinning out his piscine adventures as parables of loss and letting go gracefully, Raines gives readers an alternately jokey and bitter account of his downfall at The Times — which may indeed be perfectly accurate, at least according to the solipsistic standards of memoir writing.
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