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sellout

1. n. the event of selling all of something. (Advertising.) Come to our gigantic sellout of all name-brand merchandise!
2. n. a betrayal. (see also sell someone out.) Any one of you could have stood up for me. What a sellout!
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With its unforgettable characters and wickedly satirical carve-up of African American culture, The Sellout reminds readers that "America's chapter on racism isn't over and that it shapes our culture in profound ways" (Dallas Morning News).
While our alternative measures of asymmetric information suggest the importance of asymmetric information concerns in the decision between an IPO and a sellout, we note that high-growth firms--those that are more likely to go public through an IPO--are generally characterized as firms with significant asymmetric information concerns.
A prime example of the drawing power of the Fieldstone name comes from the group's Inland Region, which recently scored immediate sellouts of the debut phases at Fieldstone Terrace, an all-new neighborhood in the established North Orange County city of Brea.
There were 3 sellouts, but two were expected (Giants have sold out every home game this season, and Red Sox) with the Angels being the lone sellout that was good news for the club (two days in a row).
Saturday's game officially was a Clippers home game, and it was just the Clippers' third sellout of 15 home games.
NEW YORK -- Reebok Apparel, Spalding Basketballs and EA Sports Video Game Sales Increasing During Playoffs; 70th Sellout Sets League's All-Time Playoff Mark
Also:Sun Bowl fans purchased 50,139 tickets, 287 shy of a sellout.
The Detroit Pistons played eight games at The Palace last month before their customary sellout crowd of 21,454 and the Michigan High School Athletic Association Boys' Basketball finals attracted more than 47,000 fans in three separate sessions.
Though some open-source developers label him a sellout for embracing the corporate world, he believes this revolution will succeed precisely because it is now being waged between large corporations.
Louis, a bellwether for the league in terms of attendance, saw their second sellout of the season.
Five years ago, Fresno State might have filled the Coliseum with even more fans, but every USC game is a sellout or near-sellout these days.
The results of the sellout of Grand Sierra Lodge builds on the recent sales success of two Intrawest townhome developments in Mammoth: The Cabins at Crooked Pines and Juniper Crest, making this the third real estate sellout in Mammoth this year.
But here's what won't end up in the league's next glowing news release: Colorado's decade-long sellout streak has been in jeopardy, an Islanders-Rangers game didn't sell out for the first time since 1998 and hockey's miniscule TV ratings, on a network that features ``Survivor'' reruns, still lag behind poker.
Board of Directors he expects the band Cake to sellout the 1600 person venue this Sunday.