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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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They include representatives from consignors as well as logistics providers like DB Cargo.
"This mission brings hundreds of consignors together with hundreds of volunteers, hundreds of shoppers, and ultimately benefits even greater numbers through our sale's monetary and material donations to locals in Marietta as well as children in Romania, India, Kenya, Honduras and military bases around the world."
The court's decision illustrates the many hurdles and pitfalls facing a non-compliant consignor that fails to "dot its i's and cross its t's" when selling goods on consignment,
The person who consigned the work to auction had no idea of the painting's supposed background because it was offered to him in March 2004 or 18 years after the EDSA Revolution by a well-known official's son and the consignor paid the going price then.
These uniquely-designed analytics and valuations can help consignors achieve targeted conversion rates and remarketing financial objectives whether the primary goal is to increase upstream conversion, increase overall net economics or both.
Charleston Style Exchange will be donating unsold items to East Cooper Community Outreach for consignors who choose to donate.
MAA is XLerate's 5th Midwestern location (20 in total) and has, since 1978, served a broad swath of dealers in IL, IA, WI, MO, and Indiana as well as key commercial consignors. XLerate Group now operates under eleven auction brands with fixed site sales in California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Wisconsin.
The conclusion of this agreement gives rise to obligations on the consignor and consignee.
But then she developed software that consignors could use to enter their items online and print barcoded tags rather than handwriting them.
All consignors were required to apply for a permit, and all work was subject to approval by the manager.
KEENELAND has substantially tightened its September Sale format in response to falling foal crops and feedback from consignors and buyers.
Deja Vu Couture is different from a traditional consignment shop because there's less overhead expense, and consignors, who register at www.dejavucouturesales.com, price and tag their own items using barcodes, which can be tracked online.
The best online auction houses offer a comprehensive set of services to help repossession consignors and their agents move online, including the ability easily order a third-party inspection, a national audience of active bidders, transparency around the transaction, dynamic pricing and partnerships within the recovery industry.
"For the first time in years, the consignors have got what they deserved.
(5) Consigning artwork was a pervasive practice in New York galleries, and questions lingered about why no one was protecting these consignors. (6)