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1 The company is an international trader in grain.
2 She bargained with the trader till he sold her the fruit at a low price.
3 Finance for a sole trader usually comes from the individual's own savings or from family and friends.
4 The old man was a trader in tea.
5 Being a sole trader is a risky venture.
6 The trader was truthful and without deceit.
7 Credit is everything to a trader.
8 A trader said gold sold briskly on the local market.
9 The dishonest trader tried to plant a faked picture on me.
10 She bargained with the trader till he sold her the fruit cheaply.
11 His father is a market trader,[www.Sentencedict.com] selling fruit and vegetables.
12 He is a well-known trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
13 Meanwhile, the cowboy trader is free to carry on ripping off unwary customers.
14 The rate I require is as a small trader.
15 Web Trader seal of approval on your front page?
16 Would a trader have dared to raise prices so?
17 The trader also made the money for Salomon Brothers.
18 A sole trader is the proprietor of the business.
19 Am I not your mistress in masquerade ... Trader?
20 Career motor trader and garage owner.
21 It required a trader to accept all challenges.
22 From that fate no trader was immune.
23 She went to a motor trader who told her this could be done.
24 He and a motor trader got together to deceive the finance company.
25 All display advertisements are covered but only boxed trader classified advertisements are included.
26 'The market is absolutely dead this morning,' said one foreign exchange trader.
27 You can set up in business as a sole trader, in partnership or as a limited company.
28 Mrs. Hamblin had not intended to make it appear that the car belonged to the trader.
29 The holder of the licence must be a motor trader, vehicle tester or vehicle manufacturer.
30 Finally, more out of duty than compassion, a senior mortgage trader named Andy Stone left to find Matty.
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