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eBay

(ˈiːbeɪ)
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(Communications & Information) trademark a website that people and companies can use to buy or sell goods; items may be bought for a fixed price, or sold to the buyer who offers the highest price
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Included in sale: website, phone #, 618 Ebay subscribers, 6,000 email customers, all consigners, E-Bay screen name (24,057 Positive Feedback), 23 clothing racks, shelving & more
Maybe they're taking into account that people out there are prepared to pay even more than that for used torches on e-bay.
Apparently, e-Bay buyers and sellers prefer to communicate via email, and the merger proved to be a strain on company management's time.
It is thought they were bought on E-Bay and Amazon for less than pounds 10 before the sites banned their sale.
YN sgil swatio yn gynnes braf rhag y gwynt a'r glaw yn ystod y gwyliau, mi dreuliais nifer fawr o oriau yn chwilota a siopa am bob math o drugareddau, na nid yn y Sels ym mhrif siopau'r Gogledd, ond yn hytrach drwy a thros y cymylau, ar y system a adweinir, fel yr e-Bay.
e-Bay for Seniors--Selling on e-Bay & Consumer Protection" at Raritan Valley Community College, Business Program
They had to pay pounds 80-pounds 95 or pay pounds 2,000 on e-Bay.
CHARLOTTE Church went internet shopping on e-bay for boyfriend Gavin Henson's Christmas presents - and bought him a sod of earth.
If so, why not visit e-bay, one of the most popular websites currently in existence?
Kim Evans, 38, of Porthcawl, has listed her MND on e-Bay to raise money and awareness about the degenerative and progressive condition for which there is no cure.
The chance to sip tea and eat scones with the Duchess in the Alnwick Garden marquee was put up on web auction site e-Bay and attracted more than 30 bids.