clearancenoun

  • ja在庫一掃
  • ena sale to clear out stock

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With Apple devices, loyal customers feel like they're getting the best of the best.
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There are no giant sale or clearance stickers that devalue the products.
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And the staff makes customers feel important by showing individualized attention.
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We should go hunting sometime.
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I'd love to.
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I can bust out my Ralph Lauren Fall 2010 collection.
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Copped it in 2012, clearance rack!
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Wear whatever you want as long as it's not too bright or reflective.
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You know I want you blending in to the surroundings.
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How fast can you run?
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I think that guy wants to hunt me.
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This is how Walmart advertises a lower price on an item.
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But a Rollback item is not quite a clearance or a sale item.
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It's an item that has been lowered in price for other reasons, like overstock, for example.
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Clearance racks are hidden away in the back.
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They want you to get through the entire place to get there,
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so you can buy the expensive stuff first.
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And when you do get there, they're designed to be messy and disorganized.
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So good luck finding anything you might want.
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Oh, it's still so expensive, $4.88.
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We can't afford that.
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No wins in the clearance section.
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I mean, are your pants navy?
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They're navy, I just bought them, they were on clearance.
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Thank you so much for noticing.
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We don't plan these things.