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Consignee

The party named in the bill of lading to whom delivery is promised and/or title is passed.

Consignee

In a bill of lading, the party entitled to receive the goods upon their arrival.
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The fact that many dealerships consign artwork is hardly secret, so the concern that drove the policy of allowing third-party creditors to attach consigned property seems misplaced in the art gallery context.
In an age of junk mail when letters are consigned to the bin, why not take a little time to read this letter and consign it to your memory and your future conduct?
WATSON thinks we should consign the fuss over the massive Holyrood overspending to history (Mail Box, September 12).
I don't think there's a dealer out there that doesn't consign rugs -- it's a reality of business today that retailers rely on the financing of their inventories by wholesalers," said Bill Ward, chief executive officer of Obeetee Inc.
Although Le Monde likes almost none of our shows and its critics consign the current productions at the Opera to the category of clunkers, alien to all innovation, it seemed to me that our very wide public still approves and supports our work.
CONSIGN was retained on the list after blowing the start in the Lincoln last month and is well drawn at Haydock.

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