- a capable of being sold; fit for sale
- The legend is familiar; when dun notes piled too high during the bright, wild days with Zelda, Scott could lock himself in a room and come out next morning with a story salable at .
- Why is cinematic rape so acceptable and salable? Part of the answer is that during the past decade, middle-class theatergoers have been replaced by a rougher and more assertive .
- Trees also provide salable commodities like coffee, rubber, gum and timber.
News & Articles
- Delavan votes to give away house to developer
DELAVAN - In a close vote, the Delavan City Council recently approved a plan to take a crumbling, unsalable property off of Wells Fargo's hands after the bank repossessed it, and to give it to whatever developer provides the best plan for tearing down the house and replacing it.
Aug. 24, 2013 - Peoria Journal Star
- Clay Shaw in San Diego Union Tribune
I think politically it's the most salable. It's not going to scare anybody,said Florida Rep. Clay Shaw, who for six years was chairman of the House Ways and Means subcommittee on Social Security. "It does preserve Social Security as it is...
- Ron Howard in Los Angeles Times
In the last 15 years, it's actually about the only way that films that are not high-concept and salable in a 15-second spot or a poster can really gain a footing in the marketplace,said Ron Howard, the director of "Frost/Nixon." "It was...
- Howard Dean in Boston Globe (registration)
I think this is a Democratic country with a big D,Dean says. "The Republicans were able to create a caricature when it was a different party. My job is to make sure that's not salable any more."