barterer


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a trader who exchanges goods and not money

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Thus when Odysseus declares at the approach of the Cyclops that the monster must be faced nobly and invokes his own former bravery in th e war, the chorus leader has already emptied the war record of its noble tenor and refashioned it to focus on physical debasement and bodily urges--a more suitable frame for the wily hero's reduced stature as the hungry barterer.
That's the thinking behind MRI International, a leveraged trade company, or modern day barterer.
Or pounds 35 in my case because I'm a crap barterer, always cock-up the current exchange rate and invariably end up feeling sorry for the seller - who probably has a Ferrari parked behind his stall paid for by people like me.
The exchanger or barterer, for just being [exchanger or barterer], cannot take more than what he should because of his profession, et cetera.
The Male Batterer: An Overview, in The Male Barterer, supra note 13, at 51-52.
Or pounds 25 in my case because I'm a crap barterer, always cock-up the current exchange rate and invariably end up feeling sorry for the seller - who probably has a Ferrari parked behind his stall paid for by people like me.