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    Do businesses use move as sale these days? Your product is very hard to move because

    Do businesses use move as sale these days?

    Your product is very hard to move because there are way too many variants.

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    Re: Do businesses use move as sale these days? Your product is very hard to move bec

    Quote Originally Posted by Batman45 View Post
    Do businesses use 'move' as 'sale' these days? Remember to punctuate correctly.

    Your product is very hard to move because there are way too many variants.
    In that sentence, 'move' means 'sell', not 'sale'.

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    Re: Do businesses use move as sale these days? Your product is very hard to move bec

    And it's not a new use of the word. Merchants have long talked about "moving merchandise."

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