In other words, a commodity
ceases to have pecuniary value the instant that it passes out of the hands of its producer.
But Bassett had thoroughly understood the matter of debate, especially when the men pressed and prodded and felt of the flesh of him as if he were so much commodity
in a butcher's stall.
After some half-hour's delay, Mr Squeers reappeared, and the boys took their places and their books, of which latter commodity
the average might be about one to eight learners.
Some have such a vast appetite for the former commodity
, that is, the news, and such sound digestive organs, that they can sit forever in public avenues without stirring, and let it simmer and whisper through them like the Etesian winds, or as if inhaling ether, it only producing numbness and insensibility to pain -- otherwise it would often be painful to bear -- without affecting the consciousness.
tyrant, imagine that they are my slaves, or my commodity
I assume that a salary is the price paid for a commodity
, and it ought to conform with the law of supply and demand.
But for this miserable obstacle, he might have taken the Diamond to Amsterdam, and have made a marketable commodity
of it, by having it cut up into separate stones.
Could I have made my discovery a marketable commodity
, even for Laura's sake, after I had found out that robbery of the rights of others was the essence of Sir Percival's crime?
to sell to my lady your respectable mother.
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He went to the Middle Eastin and Africa in search of a commodity
which he did not feel that he could obtain in the United States: oil.