consign


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Synonyms for consign

Synonyms for consign

to put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance

to place officially in confinement

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

Synonyms for consign

commit forever

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give over to another for care or safekeeping

send to an address

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Warren, The ABCs of the New UCC: How to Consign Under Revised Article 9, BENCH & B.
Vendors also tend to consign merchandise that is less marketable because of current design or color trends -- even quality.
CONSIGN Runs at Haydock after blowing Lincoln break
Each side has a valid point; however, the bottom line is this: Artists with a lot of inventory will consign, and those in demand usually will not.
L[ouise] N[eri]: We've asked ourselves many times whether there are 'millennial tendencies' in the work we have looked at, and paradoxically, what we've ended up locating are the continuities in art rather than the ruptures, the depths of artistic motivation rather than its passing symptoms, the state of poetic contradiction to which artists consign themselves - postmodern deconstruction seems very far away
The contracts were clearly denominated a consignment agreement, with the first line reading "CONSIGNMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN MORGANSEN'S LTD ("MORGANSEN'S") AND [NAME OF CONSIGN OR] FOR AND ON BEHALF OF (CONSIGNOR)".
At Windsor, Jeremy Noseda's Consign appears to have escaped lightly for a win at Newmarket early last month.
Li said that if passengers do want to travel together with their pet, you can consign it according to the airline regulations and your pet will be shipped to the destination with your flight.
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