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Butt in
Butt in: Involve oneself in, get into the middle of (someone elses business)
Buy cheap and sell dear
Buy cheap and sell dear: Sell at a profit, by for a low price and resell at a high price (Business)
Bystander: One who stands near a spectator one who has no concern withthe business transacting.He addressed the bystanders and scattered pamphlets among them.Palfrey.Syn.
Bywork: Work aside from regular work subordinate or secondarybusiness.
Caldera: American corporation headquartered in Utah, manufacturer of the OpenLinux operating system and other Linux-based business software products
Calling: The act of one who calls a crying aloud, esp. in order to summon, or to attact the attention of, some one. A summoning or convocation, as of Parliament. The freq
Calling card
Calling card: Business card, small card containing a persons name and telephone number
Calls for further investigation
Calls for further investigation: Demands additional research, warrants additional examination
Came straight to the point
Came straight to the point: Went to the heart of the matter, got down to business, went directly towards the bottom line
Candid: White. [Obs.] The box receives all black but poured from thence, The stones came candid forth, the hue of innocence. Dryden. Free from undue bias disposed to thin
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