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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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While there are many professors that have the knowledge and experience to teach data science to their students, this subject offers a unique challenge.
I assume many designers have their own calculation to determine the gap, as literature on the subject offers little in the way of guidelines.
If the choice of subject offers insight into Goldman-Price, a Wharton scholar, the book is even more revealing about the famed New York writer and her governess.
Resources by Subject offers annotated collections of high quality internet resources selected by ipl2 staff.
Liverpool as a subject offers such variety and richness for photographers.
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.
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.
This subscription database of more than 180,000 select Internet sites indexed by subject offers appropriate and relevant web sites to which teacher-librarians and classroom teachers can safely direct students.
Her first book-length study on the subject offers a well researched and plausibly argued explanation why efforts to reunite in harmony the formerly split East and West German churches have encountered and continue to face formidable obstacles.
Adored by her legion of supporters in the manner of a second Eva Peron and scorned by as many others as an imperious dragon lady, the subject offers herself up to thorough scrutiny by documaker Ramona S.