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After learning about the lessons, Valerie Torelli, who owns a realty company down the street from Adams, stepped in to fund that school's program for the 2018-19 school year.
The center would be located in a business park of single-story structures set back off the street that currently houses a chiropractic office, an insurance company, a realty office and several other businesses.
Let’s hope it’s a one off and a realty check after the good run.
Estate agents in Britain don’t do nearly as much as an American realty agent.
An agreement with Huntley will not be affected by the recent sudden death of Dave Huntley on Dec. 18, according to Athan Sunderland, executive vice president of Pinkard Properties, a Baltimore commercial realty firm.
Clinton Textor and Sanford Skeie, brokers with the San Francisco office of the realty firm Marcus & Millichap, represented him in the sale of the building.
In The Undoing Project, those characters are Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman, social scientists and friends whose unorthodox theories have shaped modern understanding of perception and realty and won the pair a Nobel Prize.
The whole unavoidable matter of economics pressures changing the business came up in a smart two-part question from a spectator, premised on several obviously troubling realties in journalism.
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Origin and Etymology of realty
First Known Use: 1670See Words from the same year
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