But, the airing of the old facts had led some one concerned to suggest that it would be well before they were reconsigned
to their gloomy shelf--now probably for ever--to induce or compel that Mr Julius Handford to reappear and be questioned.
enters a local distribution system, it is not reconsigned
There the canvases were unrolled for Chagall to view and sign before the powers that be reconsigned
them to Soviet oblivion.
as a yearling by Kirtlington Stud at the October sales, he doubled his value, fetching 30,000gns with Amanda Skiffington the successful purchaser.
"Jane Austen and the Reconsigned
Child: The True Identity of Fanny Price." Persuasions 23 (2001): 205-14.
The specimen sold at the original Sotheby's auction for $122,000, then was later reconsigned
and sold for $66,000.
Note, too, that my argument here refers to direct exports from Siam and Cochinchina to the West; some rice from these places ended up in Europe even in the first half of the nineteenth century, having been reconsigned
there from Singapore.
Tally Ho reconsigned
the filly as a yearling and bought her back for 40,000gns - while the highest price paid for a Chineur yearling in 2008 was a colt out of Shining Desert who had cost 31,000gns as a foal and made 38,000gns.
A central factor in this delicate balancing of hostile and anti-female social structures with the happy ending is that Austen does in fact explore the darker side of the construction of identity, and the threat of its possible failure, in part through the figure of the reconsigned
An Auction House colt who made pounds 11,000 at the St Leger Sale at Doncaster in late August brought pounds 18,000 second time around when reconsigned
from the Hodge family's Llety Farm in Wales.
Subsequently, the horse was reconsigned
at the Tattersalls Craven breeze-up sale by Oak Tree Farm and was purchased by John Gosden for 440,000gns.