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By Linda Crotta Brennan

Introduces bartering and explains what it's, its merits and demanding situations, and what makes an excellent transaction; includes a thesaurus; and lists assets to discover the topic extra.

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Burton cleared her throat. “Class. Class. Attention, please,” said Mrs. Burton. When the class was quiet she led Sarah to the front of the room and said, “Class, I would like you to meet... your new teacher, Mrs.

Burton. When the class was quiet she led Sarah to the front of the room and said, “Class, I would like you to meet... your new teacher, Mrs.

Burton cleared her throat. “Class. Class. Attention, please,” said Mrs. Burton. When the class was quiet she led Sarah to the front of the room and said, “Class, I would like you to meet... your new teacher, Mrs.

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