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1. They were forced to sell out at a ruinous loss.
2. I've decided to sell out and go and live in the country.
3. They decided to sell out to their competitors.
4. Football games often sell out well in advance.
5. She had decided to sell out and retire.
6. He will never sell out his friends.
7. Otherwise, my shop will sell out.
8. She had decided to sell out her share of the company.
9. I hear she's going to sell out and move to the city.
10. Wyman says he'll sell out if business doesn't pick up.
11. The partners had to sell out at a loss.
12. Sunday newspapers often sell out by 10 o'clock.
13. I was able to sell out quite profitably to one of the bigger air-freight operators.
14. It will not be able to sell out to another company.
15. Repeat orders Dated-product manufacturers will try and sell out by year-end, so repeat orders before Christmas can be a problem.
16. How on earth can the W.R.U. sell out over 100 years of tradition for such a thing as mere money.
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17. She felt pressured and persuaded her clients to sell out of stocks they'd picked up from various licensed dealers.
18. The first two impressions of the report sell out before publication, and there is fierce competition for the paperback rights.
19. We would rather die than sell out our comrades.
20. It will be a positive sell out.
21. Smaller clothingsizesalways sell out quickly at clearance sales.
22. She had decided to sell out ( her share of the company ) and retire.
23. The young in particular see him as a man who will not sell out or be debased by the compromises of politics.
24. Or could those waves of nausea come from witnessing another champion of truth sell out to Hollywood?
25. Advance tickets are $ 10 per person and $ 25 per couple, and sell out every year.
26. It is the most newsworthy item since the Dodgers failed to sell out their playoff games.
27. He was about to start legal proceedings, and Keith would have been forced to sell out.
28. Set in motion, she would soon be traced and while they ran her down he might sell out and get clear.
29. Her cruises regularly book up months in advance and almost always sell out.
30. Essentially, the talks were hostile: Morgan used the threat of price war to force firms to sell out and merge.