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Sale, 1) the act of selling: “not uttered by base s. of chapmen's tongues,” LLL II, 16. “who in that s. sells pardon from himself,” John III, 1, 167. “this s. of offices,” H6B I, 3, 138. “whose s. is present death,” Rom. V, 1, 51.
2) state of being venal or vendible: “to things of s. a seller's praise belongs,” LLL IV, 3, 240. “are now on s.” As II, 4, 84. “such a house of s., videlicet a brothel,” Hml. II, 1, 60. “is not a thing for s.” Cymb. I, 4, 92. “a creature of s.” Per. IV, 6, 84.
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