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04 November 2006

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Ken Adams

Ray: Among corporate types, "sandbagging" refers to a buyer who knows that one or more of a seller's representations are inaccurate but nonetheless closes, with the idea of bringing a claim for indemnification. Regards, Ken

J.D.

My first thought is that the word "countenance" was the most objectionable word in that sentence!

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