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Unsold

The portion of a company's inventory that customers or clients have not purchased, especially by the end of an accounting period. Unsold inventory may be sold at a discount, given away or even discarded. Too much unsold inventory results in losses.
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Park were ruthless after the break, Dom Shabbo glided through midfield, Ward rode the back of a maul and Unsell scored straight from a kick-off.
When AHCs change in order to deal with a new external environment, they must first unsell old policies, so that "past virtues have become vices."[2] They must adopt new approaches to interacting with a changed environment.
At the Partnership, Burke has implemented a concept borrowed from the pharmaceutical industry: If ads can sell drugs, they can unsell them, too.
Cecilia Barretto and Melissa Unsell opened the doors to Vinously Speaking - An Eclectic Wine Shop one year ago.
Having used and been pleased with their services on past projects, elumicor Marketing Director Melissa Unsell turned to UVIAUS for ideas.
San Antonio, TX, April 17, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Ceci Barretto and Melissa Unsell, the well-known wine bloggers of Vinously Speaking, have expanded their brand by taking ownership of a Medical Center area wine shop formerly known as "Wine, A Fine Wine Shop," a wine shop where Rio de Vino Wine Bar existed a few years ago.