Subject Offer

Subject Offer

An offer to sell an asset to which the seller is not committed. That is, the seller may withdraw the subject offer at any time. In general, subject offers are made in order to elicit a counteroffer or at least to gauge general interest in the market.
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Both have been eager in the run-up to London to deflate reports of deep-seated antagonism between them, though previous offerings on the subject offer compelling evidence to the contrary.
Experts on the subject offer up-to-date research on writing, including research on incorporating the internet into writing projects and on introducing poetry writing in grades K-12, and suggest practices for teachers towards the advancement of literacy among students by sidestepping hurdles or by offering skills tailored towards teaching specific grades or populations.
It's time those scientists who share similar doubts on the subject offer alternative explanations and put an end to scare tactics, guilt trips, anti-capitalist propaganda and references to bicycling
Liverpool as a subject offers such variety and richness for photographers.
An important new book on the subject offers a blueprint for how to' pursue dialogue and negotiation with elements of the Taliban.
The 24-year-old believes that studying the subject offers a mix of academic and hands-on work, while keeping students' options open after graduation.
So the subject offers the perfect alibi for depicting and enjoying the naked female form - no fewer than 14 of them In the case of a painting by Jean Francois de Troy.
The subject offers a health and fitness center, whirlpool, dry-cleaning pickup, laundry, daily housekeeping, outdoor pool, business center, and complimentary breakfast.
For example, the ethnicity coefficients in Model 2 suggest that, depending on income levels, a Navajo subject offers, on average, between $1.
The chapter that the authors provide on the subject offers a very useful explanation of how this can work, and how communicating some of the key information in the corporate scorecard to investors and analysts can improve organizational alignment with these groups.
Indeed, the subject offers a rare opportunity to bring together masterpieces and to study an individual's patronage developed over fifty years in almost all art forms, from sculpture to the decorative arts and music.
No other subject offers such scope for flooding the screen with flash cars, luxury mansions, tarty-looking women with names like Chardonnay and Donna and blokes with their brains in their designer underpants.