01. There is a handicraft [market] downtown every Saturday morning.
02. We seriously need to come up with a better [marketing] strategy to sell our products.
03. I bought some great leather boots at an outdoor [market] in Athens.
04. Our director is working on [marketing] our programs in different countries in order to attract a more diverse student clientele.
05. The PC pretty well controls the [market] for computers here in North America.
06. The market value for their house is about $200,000, but they are hoping to get $220,000.
07. In 1943, the chairman of IBM said, "I think there is a world [market] for maybe five computers."
08. Mikhail Gorbachev once noted that the [market] is not an invention of capitalism. It has existed for centuries. It is an invention of civilization.
09. The more records a professional athlete sets, the more his [marketability] increases.
10. Japan is one of the most competitive soft drink [markets] in the world, with around 1,000 new products for sale each year.
11. About 99 percent of pumpkins [marketed] domestically are used for making jack-o-lanterns at Halloween.
12. In 1946, Darryl F. Zanuck stated that television wouldn't be able to hold on to any [market] it captures after the first six months because people would get tired of it.
13. Our [market] researchers are responsible for getting feedback from potential customers before a new product is released.
14. A Chinese proverb notes that the palace leads to fame, the [market] to fortune, and loneliness to wisdom.
15. Someone once suggested that the best way to make a thousand dollars in the stock [market] is to start with five thousand, and quit when you've only lost four.
16. In 1996, a cargo plane crashed into a crowded [market] in the center of Kinshasa, the capital of Zaire, killing 350 people.

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