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1. He was forced to sell off his land.
2. We try to sell off any leftover cakes before we close.
3. They had to sell off 10 percent of all underutilized farmland.
4. After the war,(sentencedict.com/sell off.html) we had to sell off part of the farm.
5. The government's plans to sell off state companies in several easily digestible tranches should also help.
6. The issue of his failure to sell off stock portfolios is also a nonstarter.
7. In those circumstances, is not Treasury pressure to sell off the spare land on the site a national disgrace?
8. Some firms will be told to sell off non-essential assets to cut their debt.
9. He asked his wife to sell off the merchandise while he decided what to do with the storefront.
10. It has obliged local authorities to sell off council houses and has reduced the importance given to municipal housing.
11. The current thinking is to sell off freight services first.
12. They sell off things, you know.
13. Bank pressures already have forced them to sell off 30 prized purebred heifers to raise money to pay back debt.
14. Who should the Minister sell off the subsidiaries?
15. Auctions were held to sell off the town lots, those nearest the station being the most expensive.
16. The company still plans to sell off Thorn Security and Electronics, which makes security and surveillance equipment for the defence industry.
17. Break it up and sell off the pieces.
18. To repay its debts, AIG has tried to sell off assets; but so far it has raised net proceeds of only $4 billion, hampered by tight credit markets and buyers looking for bargains.
19. The government also plans to sell off Budapest buildings housing its ministries to create a new administrative district.
20. The company forced to sell off its assets.
21. We would not sell off land without proper public consultation.
22. It doesn't mean prices will have to sell off. Sell-off is not a direct consequence of high speculative net lengths.
23. We will have to sell off the overstock to make room in the warehouse.
24. a strategic decision to sell off part of the business.
25. To keep the budget deficit down, the government proposed to sell off shares and property valued at around 1,000 million kroner.
26. In 1917 a mere fifty-three households had been able to sell off excess grain.
27. But the single most reliable route to growth is probably to sell off everything but the core business.
28. Ted and his lawyers gave the company 11 months to sell off everything.
29. The M-LEC was meant to prevent SIVs from having to sell off assets after losing access to funding, so HSBC's backing its own funds achieves a similar goal, the person said.
30. Around the same time, America created the Resolution Trust Corporation to sell off the loans and underlying collateral of hundreds of failed savings banks, or thrifts.