Definition of 'trading'
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Trading standards teams have seized thousands of litres of fake booze in the run-up to the year's busiest night. The Sun (2016)Trading volumes were five or six times what you would see on a normal day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Trading standards reported these findings to the buyer and also sent us a letter. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Trading standards officers will get more powers. The Sun (2013)Trading stocks and bonds was the next thing to armed combat. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Trading volumes have doubled in six months. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Trading standards officers warned that convenience stores may still be selling products which have been withdrawn. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Trading standards officers used pretend drunks in an undercover operation to catch out pubs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Trading standards officers should inform counterparts in other areas of defective products. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Trading standards officers said it damages the environment. The Sun (2010)Trading volumes continued to be thin. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Trading standards said the scam cost the industry about 1million. The Sun (2008)Trading in the stock of other public companies is a contentious use of shareholders' funds. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Trading standards returned the boots to the manufacturer, who found them to be genuine. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Trading volumes remain incredibly light, as they always are at this time of year. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Trading volumes have dried up as investors panic and companies shelve plans to raise funds - a big earner for banks. The Sun (2011)Trading profits rose 13 per cent. The Sun (2013)Trading standards had over 2,000 complaints. The Sun (2008)Trading standards said: 'Anyone who needs to hire security needs to be confident they get experienced and trained people. The Sun (2015)
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