vendor

A person or company that sells or delivers goods or services. See supplier.
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Vendor

A manufacturer or supplier of an item.
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Vendor

A person(s) who is selling a property they own.
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Vendor

The person who is selling a property.
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Vendor

The person who is selling the property.
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Vendor

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Vendor

The person selling land or property.
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Vendor

The person selling land or property.
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Vendor

the person who is selling a property.
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Vendor

Vend'or noun [ See Vender .] A vender; a seller; the correlative of vendee .
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Vendor

• (n.) A vender; a seller; the correlative of vendee.
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Vendor

Seller or supplier.
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Vendor

Supplier of any facet of direct response advertising: lists, creative, printing, marketing, computerization, merge/purge, fulfillment.
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Vendor

A seller. One wbo disposes of a thing in consideration of money.
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Vendor

(n) A merchant or a person who sells a merchandisable property, product or goods is called a vendor. Vendor sells the product for a price to the buyer there by transferring his rights on the property. Though it holds for all sales, the term was commonly used to represent property vendors.
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vendor

n. a seller, particularly of real property.
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Vendor

The person selling the property.
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Vendor

The person selling the property.
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VENDOR

The seller of the property.
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Vendor

A supplier of goods or services.
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Vendor

In a supply chain, a vendor, or a supplier, is an enterprise that contributes goods or services. Generally, a supply chain vendor manufactures inventory/stock items and sells them to the next link in the chain. Today, the terms refers to a supplier of any good or service. A vendor, or a supplier, is a supply chain management term that means anyone
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Vendor

An operator being paid by DOI or USFS for services.
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Vendor

Any company that provides a service. See email vendors.
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Vendor

The number of times a dollar is spent, or turns over, in a specific period of time. Velocity affects
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Vendor

The seller of realty. The seller under a land contract. In some cases, the vendor may not be the own
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