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Put Together

In auto sales, to squeeze the highest possible profit out of a customer. In other words, to put together a deal means to convince the customer to pay the maximum price for an automobile.
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We've put together a quick quiz to test your knowledge on Maths and Science, so you can see how you compare with pupils today, and if you are capable of tackling the questions they face.
He said a seven-member Committee was put together to look into the whole idea of a Ghana Beyond Aid.
'At the long run, we intend to put together new set of farmers that would do agriculture in the right way, I mean the modern way and getting it right from the beginning to become successful agrientrepreneurs.'
Turtleneck with Saree/Ghagra: There is nothing quirkier than using your everyday clothes to put together a brand new look.
Liverpool's Chris Diamond, no stranger to the picking on any circuit put together 91.14.0 for second.
To get to up to date with the correct procedures required to achieve compliance, Martindale says it has put together all the information that customers need, including details on the Equipment and the processes involved, together with some great offers on City & Guilds accredited training.
Lewis & Clark Regional Development Council: $70,000 in federal funds to put together an economic development strategy that works with both the public and private sectors that will assist in the counties of Burleigh, Emmons, Grant, Kidder, McLean, Mercer, Morton, Oliver, Sheridan, and Sioux.
The Money Advice Service has put together a downloadable guide to fee-free bank accounts
"Just seeing how much work and effort each charity contributes to help those in need has inspired me to put together a project to help them.
The municipality has put together a team to clear direction signs, lampposts, walls and other civic amenities of such bills.
A KINDHEARTED naval officer has put together an incredible sporting memorabilia auction to raise cash for a tot with cancer.
Bablake has supported the cause for many years and this year the number of shoe boxes put together by Bablake pupils looks like being a record.