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tag sale

n.
A sale of used household belongings, with prices typically marked on labels affixed to the items.

garage′ sale`


n.
a sale of used or unwanted household goods or personal items, typically held in one's garage or yard. Also called tag sale , yard sale.
[1960–65, Amer.]
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You will need kitchen items that were not required in most dorm settings, so shop tag sales and consignment stores for used kitchen pots and pans.
The 568,000 tags will consist of 355,000 non-retail tags and 213,000 tags pre-packaged for retail tag sales.
In 2015, NFC tag sales excluding payment and personal ID applications will amount to 230 million units used in applications such as tagging computer game figures and setting up Bluetooth pairings of consumer electronic devices.
She scours tag sales looking for DVDs that children can watch and she gathers recent magazines to keep the adults entertained.
The latest addition in the form of the Embryo Tag sale is the initiative of auctioneer Glyn Lucas, who said: "Tag sales have been a huge success in the US and Canada and we know there is a demand for embryos in the UK so we wanted to introduce a more innovative and financially viable way of making them available.
THE PREVAILING HUNCH ABOUT AUCTIONS and tag sales is that they are aimed at generating revenue.
The site, founded by former fashion sales executive Susan Feldman and web development executive Alison Pincus, distinguishes itself through tastemaker tag sales that feature products from interior designers, and through the container sale concept, which centers around the idea of global buying trips that bring treasured finds to your doorstep.
the economy led us to tag sales, consignment shops, closets, attics and basements out of necessity.
In the last 12 months, Roxan tag sales have more than trebled to six million in the UK thanks to the popularity of Adamatic.
Rod Smith, D-Gainesville, Ron Saunders, R-Naples, and Skip Campbell, D-Tamarac, the bill sailed through discussion in legislative committees after they learned that 100 percent of revenues from tag sales would go toward providing legal representation for disabled, abused, and neglected children.
The sculpture doesn't make you think about kitchens, garages, tag sales, or miles of aisles at Wal-Mart because nothing much has been transformed: no legions of juice containers or faux-stained-glass butterfly lamps to tame into art; no anxiety to make a lot of junk look interesting.