- a capable of being sold; fit for sale
saleable at a low price
- He also has, frankly, a better at least more politically saleable set of proposals.
- But curbing the cost of health care is a more politically saleable argument, because it affects everyone, not just the 47 million or so (and growing) uninsured.
- It is entertaining, and with saleable tunes it makes something to rest as lightly on the mind as the new cork hats.
News & Articles
- Sharon Historical Society hosting yard sale
The Sharon Historical Society will hold its annual yard sale at the society’s Yellow Schoolhouse Museum, 16 High St. from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12. People are invited to donate good, clean saleable items for the sale. Requested are small appliances in working condition, garden tools, kitchenware, small furniture and antiques (please no mugs and nothing moldy smelling).
Oct. 10, 2013 - Sharon Advocate
- Tony Blair in Telegraph.co.uk
One friend of Mr Blair said: "Tony thought the original proposal to raise the top rate to 45 pence was just about saleable in the current economic circumstances. But he believes taking 50 per cent is not acceptable. It would not have happened if he...
- Greg Abbott in News & Star
When Frank was on top form for Sheffield Wednesday he was one of the most saleable assets they had,said Abbott. "We think we have a very good chance of getting him back to that. If we get him playing regular football and get his confidence...