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Synonyms for auctioneer

an agent who conducts an auction

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sell at an auction

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The AMM program provides expert training from the industry's leading marketing technology specialists and helps auctioneers understand today's online marketing strategies.
A land registry official told deputies that auctioneers will be appointed by the registry's head, through random selection by electronic software, which will ensure that all auctioneers are appointed.
Ramaska Auctioneer, 20 Memorial Drive, New Braintree
A number of auctioneers, including Hexham & Northern Marts' Trevor Simpson, have already signed up.
Auctioneers could compete in junior, open and aspirant classes.
FOLLOWING on from the success of last year's competition, the next National Association of Valuers and Auctioneers Auctioneer of the Year competitionwill take place on Wednesday, 28th September at the Chesford Grange, Warwickshire.
Auctioneers will not take accidental nose-scratching as a bid, for instance.
He subsequently joined the staff of Cato Crane auctioneers, in Stanhope Street, before moving to Auction World, in Ellesmere Port.
This bill requires applicants for licensure as auctioneers or auctioneer apprentices to file a complete set of fingerprints for submission to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for further criminal records checks and further review by the Florida Board of Auctioneers (board) within the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (department) to determine whether an applicant has committed acts or offenses that disqualify him or her from licensure.
My friends and I would mimic the auctioneers and pretend we were auctioneers, and then one day, it just sort of fell into place, and I started selling.
A NEW professional qualification for property auctioneers has been launched by the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA).
The ultimate showman, he extracted every last bid for every horse that came under his hammer, and I have little doubt that if a poll of bloodstock auctioneers were taken, he would be unique and make the top three in everyone's list.
The National Auctioneers Association is a good place to find the right person to auction your goods as well as potential buyers.
Chanting--the method of speaking auctioneers use--requires clarity, speed, and rhythm.