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Out of circulation: no trade mark infringement of goods in transit

Regional free-trade areas: sorting out the tangled spaghetti

Out in the cold? Iceland's trade performance outside the European Union and European Monetary Union

Out of Print and Into Profit: A History of the Rare and Secondhand Book Trade in Britain in the Twentieth Century. Ed. by Giles Mandelbrote.

Bring Them Back Alive: Helping Teens Get Out and Stay Out of Trouble, Jose M. De Olivares, Maryland, Taylor Trade Publishing, 2004, pp xii + 148, ISBN 1 58979 128 2, $12.95

228 By the King. A Proclamation prohibiting the bringing in of any Commodities traded by the Eastland Merchants into this Kingdom, as well by subjects as strangers, not free of that Company; with a publication of certain Statutes for the restraint of all His Majesty's subjects from shipping any commodities in strangers bottoms, either into, or out of this Kingdom. [Theobalds 21 July 1622]

148 By the King. A Proclamation, prohibiting the bringing in of any Commodities traded from the Levant, into this Kingdom; as well by Subjects as Strangers, not free of that Company: Also containing a publication of certain Statutes, for the restraint of all His Majesty's Subjects, from Shipping any Commodities in Strangers Bottoms, either into this Kingdom, or out of the same. [Whitehall 17 April 1615]

124 By the King. A Proclamation reviving and enlarging a former Proclamation made in the Reigne of King James, prohibiting the bringing in of any Commodities traded by the Eastland Merchants into this Kingdome, aswell by Subjects as Strangers, not free of that Company, with a publication of certaine Statutes for the restraint of all His Majesty's Subjects, from shipping any Commodities in Strangers Bottomes, either into, or out of this Kingdome. [Whitehall 7 March 1630]

 

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The result of some confusion or error in a transaction where the two reported sides do not match. A situation where both sides thought they were sellers would be considered ...

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