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get rid of by selling, usually at reduced prices

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A TRADE union has warned England's footballing future is in jeopardy due to school playing field sell offs, with eight such sales approved in Merseyside since 2016.
So if the government sell off the Royal Mail has the Queen given her consent to use her crown and ER, which is on all the letterboxes and postage stamps?
The United States Treasury Department is planning to sell off another 30 million shares in United States-based General Motors' (NYSE: GM).
The break-up could torpedo the Chancellor's aim to sell off a slice of the public's 81 per cent stake of the whole bank - potentially at a big loss - before the next general election.
Mr Dobson is correct that I was trying to single out Mr Cameron, as Mr Cameron is continuing the school field sell off project put in place by his Tory predecessors.
Purnima later came in touch with a man called Prabhas, who advised her to sell off her daughters.
HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) has allayed fears of a sell off of the US dollar should the US lose its AAA credit rating.
CONTROVERSIAL plans to sell off swathes of public forests are back on the table.
Dear Editor, The Government's plan to sell off our forests is a completely mad one; it clearly does not realise the impact it will have.
New York, NY, November 18, 2010 --( While still a newcomer in the penny auction game, Sell Off Auctions says they are very happy that their customer growth has exceeded their expectations.
Instead, they would prefer the Royal Family to sell off properties.
House of Representatives approved legislation last Wednesday that will allow government pension funds to sell off stock in firms that do business with Iran without having to worry about the possibility of being sued.
Byline: The Prime Minister's plans to sell off Au16 billion pounds worth of assets has been branded a national car boot sale.
LONDON: The British government will sell off a raft of state assets to help reduce its debt, Prime Minister Gordon Brown was to announce Monday.
CARDIFF council's chief executive was last night asked to reconsider his decision to sell off school playing fields by a committee of councillors.