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sellernoun

  • ja売り手、売り主、販売者
  • ena person who sells; salesperson or vendor

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Our approach: we have one of the largest selections of electrified vehicles.
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Conventional hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and battery electric vehicles.
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As I said, we're number 2 seller in the US in electrified and number 1 on plug-in hybrids.
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We have a lot of experience here.
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There are several tiers of crystal sellers.
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At the low end are online retailers who mainly deal in good-looking but inexpensive stones,
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ranging in price from $5 to $1,000.
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In the middle are galleries and high-end internet sellers.
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Those crystals sell for $1,000 to $10,000.
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Anything above $10,000 is at the very high end of the market.
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Okay, okay, the sellers are on their way home.
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Let's just put everything back the way we found it.
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Maybe swing by a church.
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Come on! Oh!
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So there's a lot going into it, but the key to this, Tanya, is that it's an Hermès Birkin bag.
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And it is a rare one.
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Now, before we get into the details of what that means,
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what do we know about the buyer and the seller of this bag?
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Well, there's a mystery here.
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We know who the seller is.
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His name is Jeff Berk.
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He's the founder of a company called Privé Porter.
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He sells almost exclusively Hermès bags — most of them Birkins and Kellys.
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You can just simply take out your phone.
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You can see everything that they're selling for that day.
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You can see all your receipts in one place.
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And then you can open a tab and just pay with your name.
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It's really amazing.
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And it's great for sellers too because the sellers know who you are.
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They know that you're Jack and you're here.
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And they can say, "Here's your cappuccino, Jack."
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Arbitrage. Uh-hmm. Well, I know what that is.
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But why don't you tell me so that I make sure you're using that word correctly.
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- Okay. - Uh-hmm.
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- Well, it's when you take advantage of the... - Of the...
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- price disparity between 2 markets. - price disparity between— That's exactly right.
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- Yeah, in this case, - Uh-huh.
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- the seller of the doll and the secondary market. - Yes. That's right.
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That is right.
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My cousin Raymar, Delvon, and Lil Big Man too.
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They all did a semester at Grambling State before hitting it big in the copper industry.
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I didn't know your cousins were copper miners.
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Copper sellers, actually.
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You know, when people move, they leave copper pipes laying around in their walls,
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like they just got money like that, you know?