The king was greatly admired, because of his grand physique, but his kingly style was against him, and he wasn't salable
; nobody wanted that kind of a slave.
Nor are the poets who write them to be blamed for this; for some there are among them who are perfectly well aware of their faults, and know what they ought to do; but as plays have become a salable
commodity, they say, and with truth, that the actors will not buy them unless they are after this fashion; and so the poet tries to adapt himself to the requirements of the actor who is to pay him for his work.
But above all harvest as early as possible, if you would escape frosts and have a fair and salable
crop; you may save much loss by this means.
The company will be utilizing equipment purchased earlier this year and once fully implemented, will incrementally increase production by approximately 12,000 salable
tons per month to a total of 30,000 salable
tons per month during the fourth quarter.
Jeff Smith's PROFITABLE PORTRAITS: THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S GUIDE TO CREATING PORTRAITS THAT SELL (1584281529, $29.95) tells how to target a client's needs to create a salable
DontCrush.com, a coalition of RAV4 EV drivers, former Honda EV+, GM EV1, and Ford Th!nk City lessees, and clean air and energy independence advocates, recently announced that Toyota agreed last week during a two-hour meeting with the group to stop crushing "salable
, usable" RAV4 EVs.
Steve Johnson, Roof to Road LLC, Williamsport, Ohio, presented information on how he has been able to make ends meet to recycle tear-offs into a salable
RAS product for a local HMA producer in Ohio, despite the competition of relatively low landfill tipping fees.