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1. Lots of them-29m by the low-ball official census, with 1.2m more coming in each year.
2. The report from Reuters news service said Apple was only getting low-ball offers from possible suitors.
3. A few blocks west, the owner of a card room watches two customers quietly play low-ball poker.
4. So employers feel they can get away with lowball offers.
5. Make a lowball offer and, again, you'll leave plenty of room for appreciation.
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7. People are going to lowball the owner on price even if they do get a buyer.
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8. JPMorgan Chase made a lowball offer for WaMu soon after buying Bear Stearns, but was rebuffed.
9. Overall, February's weakness could have been driven by bad weather, deals canceled over lowball appraisals and a higher number of distress sales, according to the National Association of Realtors.
10. But acceptance skyrocketed to 75 percent for those players who took 10 minutes to fill out a questionnaire after receiving the lowball offer.
11. This is different; it looks more like the Groupon hybrid of commerce and advertising, lowball commerce as advertising.
12. So if there's any truth to the rumor, my advice to the powers that be (or more accurately will be in a couple of months) is to think hard –you really, really don't want to lowball this.
13. The current inflation rate of 6.1%, just below a three-year high hit over the summer, is likely a lowball estimate given China's problems compiling accurate official data.
14. What if you really want a job, but the employer makes you a lowball offer?
15. Thu says he suspects some Chinese companies have won construction contracts by submitting lowball bids, which could mean they are cutting corners, threatening quality and safety.
16. Employees are sick and tired of tough conditions and lowball offers from prospective employers.
17. Grumblers complain that they're competing with offshore workers who give lowball figures to win assignments.
18. America satisfied a minimum requirement of coming to Copenhagen with a defined pledge to cut emissions, but it was a lowball offer.
19. But it's striking how many people you meet in Beijing who say official statistics lowball the true inflation rate.
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