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Salé

/French sale/
noun
1.
a port in NW Morocco, on the Atlantic adjoining Rabat. Pop: 880 000 (2003)
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  • But the repayment of debt requires money made by the profitable production and sale of goods and services.
  • She who always worried about money was excited by the sums she had heard some writers were getting from the sale of their papers.
  • Purebred pets often come with a hefty price tag, but the value skyrockets when the animal for sale is an endangered species.
  • The receiver refused, offering to postpone the sale instead, but the farmers insisted that they go ahead.
  • The inspector general's report reviewed university procedures since the sale.
  • Live music, refreshments and gumbo cook-off merchandise for sale.
  • Proceeds from each sale go directly to the artists as well as their home communities.
  • Although it may be late in the year for a new lawn mower, an end-of-season sale could be enticing.
  • These so-called cluster tomatoes are cultured in hothouses for sale during seasons when field-grown crops aren't available.
  • As a result, the sale was called off and the college closed.

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