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accept

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buy someone off

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to acquire in exchange for money or something of equal value

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to give, offer, or promise a bribe to

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to regard (something) as true or real

something bought or capable of being bought

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something offered or bought at a low price

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an advantageous purchase

make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence

be worth or be capable of buying

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acquire by trade or sacrifice or exchange

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accept as true

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bar] Jonathan Wilkinson is the third generation to farm at Dyffryn Farm, Meifod - his grandfather bought the farm in 1956
We bought the farm so they could run free without having to worry about cars but now they're stuck indoors most of the time.
According to Judith: "When we bought the farm and had originally thought of pulling up the vines, which were all overgrown, but decided to give the vineyard a second chance.
Sanan, who bought the farm in 1998 and has since developed it, has moved his major bloodstock interests to Kentucky, in part to focus more intensely on the racing operation.
The couple, who were aware that the area had been identified as one that was suitable to erect wind turbines when they bought the farm in 2004, estimate that saying yes to the developers would earn them more than pounds 200,000 a year for the next 20 to 25 years ( as much as pounds 6m.
The Doyles, who bought the farm in Great Barrow to stable their six horses, now face losing pounds 120,000 of their investment because as a farm building the property will be worth just pounds 40,000.
Kevin, whose family bought the farm in January 1998 after renting it for 36 years, said he found the first coin in a gateway.
Griff Rhys Jones told the Western Mail recently he bought the farm on a whim after seeing it in the window of a Fishguard estate agent.
It said they generally bought the farm for the house, sometimes reaching an agreement with a local farmer to manage the land for them.
When the present family of owners bought the farm in 1949, Mr Lewis continued working.
When his wife went looking for him she was told by Albert Jenkins that he had bought the farm and given her husband all his money.
Then he sold the land and six years ago bought the farm in Neston but since then crisis has hit the pig farming industry.