Agent: Chargers’ Gordon wants trade if no deal

Chargers running back Melvin Gordon wants to be traded if he doesn’t receive a new deal from the Chargers, agent Fletcher Smith told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
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The Kawhi pitch: Toronto’s best case to keep its superstar free agent

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Cauley-Stein’s agent: ‘Time for Willie to move on’

The agent for center Willie Cauley-Stein has encouraged the Sacramento Kings to allow his client to become an unrestricted free agent.
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‘I’ve yet to tell my agent’: X-Men stars reveal why they won’t work in certain US states

Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain and Game Of Thrones star Sophie Turner have vowed to boycott working in US states with strict abortion laws.
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Can LeBron attract a superstar free agent to the Lakers?

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Davis inks with LeBron agent, to meet with Pels

Five-time All-Star Anthony Davis has signed with Klutch Sports, which represents LeBron James. Davis has two years and $ 52 million left on his contract with the Pelicans.
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NBA Free Agent Rumors: Julius Rande ‘made it clear’ he doesn’t want to return to Lakers

Julius Randle went in one season from a cap casualty to legitimately valuable role player. It seems that wasn’t to convince the Lakers to make him feel wanted, though, according to NBA.com’s David Aldridge. This would be quite the disappointing development in an offseason that’s already seen the Los Angeles Lakers miss out on Paul George. Here’s what Aldridge had to say about what he’s heard regarding talks between Randle and the Lakers: “Julius Randle has made it clear that I don’t think he really wants to be back there, so are you putting money into a guy that doesn’t really want to be back there.” If Randle were to leave, he would be the second client of Aaron Mintz (after Paul George) to

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32 predictions for every team’s top free agent

Will the Jaguars re-sign Allen Robinson, or will the wide receiver suit up elsewhere in 2018? NFL Nation reporters take their best guesses on what happens with every team’s biggest free agent.
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Postscript: One Last Party for the Agent and Bon Vivant Ed Victor

Guests pay tribute to a stylish dealmaker who was always there for a group of clients that included Erica Jong, Iris Murdoch and Keith Richards.
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Q&A with Harrison Gaines, Lonzo Ball’s agent: ‘I paid my dues’

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Chris Paul on Five Four Collection and Being a Free Agent

NEW YORK – Chris Paul didn’t seem stressed about being a free agent.
The NBA player, who is currently between teams, was in good spirits on Tuesday night while celebrating the launch of his capsule collection with Five Four, a men’s wear subscription service, at Catch in the Meatpacking District.
“This is sort of my first time being a free agent, and I can see how it can become stressful and taxing and you feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders. But I’m so fortunate to have the family and support system that I have,” said Paul.
Although Paul has worked with the Jordan brand for the past 10 years, this is the first time he’s partnered with a fashion company. According to Paul, some of that had to do with his contract with the Nike-owned company, but a lot of it had to do with the relationships he built with Andres Izquieta and Dee Murthy, Five Four’s cofounders. Paul first met Izquieta and Murthy when he was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers and was intrigued by the Lob City sweatshirts that fans were wearing in the stands, which Five Four used to make.
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The Agent Who Discovered J.K. Rowling Explains Why Her Stories Are Magical

More so than a collection of stories, the “Harry Potter” series can be characterized by its most devoted fans as a hobby, or a lifestyle. The increasingly voluminous installments were hefty enough to get lost in, and they managed to create not only a convincing world, but lovable characters, too.

It’s hard to imagine a world in which the books (and films, and video games, and personality quizzes) might not have been published. But, according to J.K. Rowling’s first agent Christopher Little, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was not an easy sell. 

Little told HuffPost over email that Rowling selected him as her agent in part due to his name, which she liked. He was, in turn, enamored of her story, believing after reading it that it was ready to be sent out to publishers, requiring few big changes. (The rules of Quidditch, however, were altered.)

Below, Little describes the experience of trying to sell a book he believed in ― in spite of publishers’ protestations that it was too long or too “exclusive.”

When Rowling first found an agent, he compared her world-building talent to Tolkien’s.

“When I received the submission from Joanne (as she was known at the time) Rowling, it just came in as an unsolicited submission (of the first three chapters) and was picked up by our then office manager who was looking through the slush pile,” he said. “She liked it and bought it to my attention. Once I read it, I had no reservations whatsoever and in fact felt very excited about it. 

“It was clearly presented as a fully realized world […] I don’t think I recall reading anything so immersive since The Lord of the Rings many years earlier. We quickly wrote back to Jo asking to see the rest of the manuscript as soon as I had finished those initial chapters.”

Rowling chose to write under the name “J.K.” in order to appeal to young boy readers.

“The suggestion to use initials instead of J.K. Rowling’s given name, Joanne, came from discussion with Bloomsbury. It’s notoriously harder to get boys to read in comparison with girls, as many parents will know, and an author being obviously female was more likely to be off-putting to boys. Joanne selected the ‘K’ after her paternal grandmother.”

Rowling only made a few changes before sending it out to publishers.

“There were very minor differences in the full manuscript that was received and that which was sent to the publishers — I do recall that the Quidditch rules were tweaked a bit!”

The book was rejected over and over again before it found a home.

 “Over a period of nigh on a year, the book was turned down by more or less every major publishing house in the U.K. Various reasons were given including the story being too long, the fact that a story set in a children’s boarding school might feel too ‘exclusive’ to many readers, etc.

“When I first spoke to Barry Cunningham, who had at that time recently been hired to run the new children’s department at Bloomsbury Publishing, the book was accepted and an offer was made. He saw the same potential as I did ― perhaps as we both came from a background other than publishing originally, so arguably thought slightly less conventionally and considered this well-characterized, unique story as one that clearly should be published despite such considerations.”

From June 1 to 30, HuffPost is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the very first “Harry Potter” book by reminiscing about all things Hogwarts. Accio childhood memories.

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Agent Provocateur Withdraws From Australia

SYDNEY – Agent Provocateur is shutting up shop in Australia.
The Australian arm of the troubled luxury lingerie brand entered administration last month, with three of four remaining stores that were open at the time of administration closing quietly in recent weeks, it emerged Monday.
Rahul Goyal and David Winterbottom of Sydney-based advisory and investment firm KordaMentha were appointed administrators of Agent Provocateur Holdings on March 8 – less than a week after Agent Provocateur’s U.K. parent was placed in administration and almost immediately sold to London-based fashion and retail distribution company Four Holdings.
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Shuttered last month were two concessions within Australian department store chain David Jones, which opened in February 2013, and a freestanding store for the L’Agent diffusion line in new Melbourne development St Collins Lane, Melbourne, which opened in May 2016. The Westfield Sydney store, which opened in December 2014, is due to stay upon until May or until stock lasts.
Two other David Jones concessions opened in Brisbane and Perth in late 2013; however, at the time of writing neither KordaMentha spokesman Mike Smith nor David Jones was able to clarify when those concessions closed.
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Secret Agent 253

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Secret Agent 253 is a good old-fashioned fast-paced romantic thriller set in the days leading up to WWI. A coming of age story of a young man thrust into the confusing murky world of espionage where he is forced to spy on his own family. Stanley – born Stanislav – a disaffected young Bosnian Englishman, is recruited by the British Secret Service to infiltrate the ranks of the fanatical Serbian Black Hand insurrectionists in Sarajevo and send back details of their activities. It is a dangerous cloak and bloody dagger game during which he falls in love with Ramona, his cousin Dario’s fiancée. She begs Stanley to stop Dario’s involvement in the planned assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the dominant Austro-Hungarian Empire. Although warned by his spy masters not to get involved in local affairs, Stanley has to make the greatest decision of his life: does he save Dario and lose Ramona? Or let the assassination continue to get her for himself – and unwittingly start the First World War?

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Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce and Trading Agent Design and Analysis

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This volume contains 13 thoroughly refereed and revised papers detailing recent advances in research on trading agents, negotiating agents, dynamic pricing, and auctions. They were originally presented at the 10th International Workshop on Agent-Mediated Electronic Commerce (AMEC 2008) collocated with AAMAS 2008 in Estoril, Portugal, or the 6th Workshop on Trading Agent Design and Analysis (TADA 2008) collocated with AAAI 2008 in Chicago, IL, USA. The papers originating from AMEC 2008 address agent modeling and multi-agent problems in the context of e-negotiations and e-commerce. The TADA papers stem from the effort to design scenarios where trading agents and market designers can be pitched against each other in applications from supply chain management and procurement. They are all characterized by interdisciplinary research combining fields such as artificial intelligence, distributed systems, game theory, and economics.

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The Savvy Travel Agent

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Kelly Monaghan, the creator of HomeTravelAgency.com and “The Home-Based Travel Agent Success Course,” has been covering what he likes to call the “Home-Based Travel Revolution” for 20 years, writing numerous articles, blog posts, and course updates. That’s a lot of articles and a lot of information! Now, the best of this material has been collected in “The Savvy Travel Agent.” Here you will find timeless advice on how to set up and thrive in your own home-based travel marketing business. Here is the complete Table of Contents: Introduction Researching and Starting Your Business How Do I Get Started? What’s On My Website – And Why How Much Does It Cost To Get Started? How Much Is Too Much? License To Succeed Sales Skills & Product Knowledge: Just The Beginning What You Need To Know About The TAP Test What You Need To Know About IATA & The IATAN Card Your First Office What’s in a Name? Working With Your Spouse The Business of Travel Home-Based vs. Store Front Selling Travel Means Selling Don’t Fear The Ocities Can Home-Based Travel Agents Compete? Some Good Data on Home-Based Travel Agents Selling Travel Insurance: It’s Not Just The Money How Long Does It Take To Get Paid? Getting To Know Your Clients Avoiding The Cheap Travel Trap What The Host Agency Sites Don’t Tell You Should You Fire Your Host Agency? Are You A Branded Boutique? Hotels – Watch the Small Print (Bath)rooms With A View Laptop Alert Will The Home-Based Travel Agent Get Caught In The Web The Art of Selling Travel Are Your Friends & Neighbors Talking About You? How NOT To Make A Living Who Will I Sell Travel To? The Cost/Value Ratio Setting Goals For Sales Calls Ask For The Order The Alternate Choice Close Sell Luxury Travel? Consider This Ploy Little White Lie – Big No-No Maybe I Can Convince You. But Do I Want To? The Real Secret to Direct Mail A Free Primer On Building An Effective Website How Service Sellers Sell on the Internet The Home-Based Lifestyle Those Pesky Nei

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Omar Sharif, ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ Star, Has Alzheimer’s: Agent

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Legendary “Lawrence of Arabia” actor Omar Sharif is battling Alzheimer’s disease, his agent Steve Kenis confirmed to The Associated Press on Monday.

No additional details were provided about the 83-year-old or his care. His son, Tarek Sharif, revealed the diagnosis in an interview with Spanish newspaper El Mundo on May 23.

The Egyptian-born Sharif rose to international stardom with his role in the 1962 epic “Lawrence of Arabia”— Sharif’s first English-language film. He earned an Oscar nomination for his turn as Sherif Ali in David Lean’s iconic film opposite Peter O’Toole.

Sharif followed the breakthrough performance with the title role in Lean’s “Doctor Zhivago,” co-starring Julie Christie. He then played Fanny Brice’s husband, Nicky Arnstein, in “Funny Girl” alongside Barbra Streisand.

His last completed feature film credits were in 2013.

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Wilfork a free agent as Pats decline option

Veteran defensive tackle Vince Wilfork tweeted Thursday that the New England Patriots have informed him they will not be picking up the option in his contract, thus making him a free agent when the league year begins March 10.
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Agent: Big Ben will not require knee surgery

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‘Agent Carter,’ Marvel’s Secret Agent Show, Starts 2015 Off Right

That sound you heard as 2015 arrived was a long exhale of relief.

It feels good to give the one of the first new shows of the year, “Marvel’s Agent Carter,” a positive review. Not only is it preferable to start the TV year on an optimistic note, there were plenty of reasons to be particularly worried about this property, thus I’m especially happy it didn’t go awry.

The rocky first season of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” provided a cautionary tale that lasted the better part of a season and made it clear that bringing Marvel universe characters to the small screen is no easy task. Though “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” has gotten a lot better (huzzah!), many of those improvements came too late for a sizable chunk of the show’s viewers, who didn’t return for the stronger and more focused second season.

Despite that welcome uptick in quality, it wasn’t unreasonable to worry about whether Marvel TV shows were capable of coming out of the gate strong. DC TV properties like “Arrow” and “The Flash” felt far more assured than “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” did in its early going; the two CW shows figured out what they wanted to accomplish very quickly, and that confidence has continued to help both ride out any week-to-week turbulence. That said, “Gotham” proves that DC shows (and superhero programs in general) can still have a lot of trouble with tone and execution. The Fox drama remains uncertain of what it wants to be and who it wants to be about, and right now, it doesn’t consistently do anything except serve as unexceptional “brand management,” as EW’s Jeff Jensen wrote.

She’s not exactly Batman, but these days, Peggy Carter’s pop-culture profile is at least comparable to that of the Green Arrow, James Gordon or The Flash. The espionage agent is obviously a longtime part of the Marvel comic-book universe, but her inclusion in both “Captain America” movies made her much more famous, and when “Agent Carter” was announced, I was torn: Sure, it might be a cool show, but what if it was a high-profile train wreck? Not Peggy!

My fondness for the character runs deep: I think “Captain America: The First Avenger” is the best movie to have emerged from the post-“Iron Man” Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Carter, who is so warmly and ably portrayed by Hayley Atwell, provides some of the reasons that rock-solid, emotionally sensitive and exciting origin story works so well. A failure to do right by Carter would have been a particularly painful. To stumble when inventing mostly new characters, as “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” did, is regrettable but understandable. To mess up a well-known character who is already beloved, who fits into a known universe and who possesses so much potential — well, a TV train wreck just didn’t bear contemplating, especially given that Carter is one of the few complex, compelling women in the overwhelmingly male MCU.

Happily, my apprehensions quickly faded away as I watched the first two episodes of “Marvel’s Agent Carter” on New Year’s Day. The drama is every bit as brisk and engaging as its lead character, and I can only list one real objection to the show: its brevity. The first season of “Agent Carter” will consist of only eight episodes, so when Carter’s adventures end in a couple of months, I’m betting many of us will feel as though it ended too soon.

Even so, telling one story in a limited amount of time seems like a very Peggy Carter thing to do. Crisp, entertaining efficiency is kind of her thing.

The downside of the short run is that it might not allow “Agent Carter” to explore the show’s supporting characters in detail, which is a bit of a shame. The cast around Atwell is excellent, particularly Enver Gjokaj of “Dollhouse” as a fellow agent in the post-war Strategic Scientific Reserve (a cover for a covert spy agency). Dominic Cooper swoops in from the MCU to have fun playing the rakish Howard Stark again, but I found that James D’Arcy, who plays Stark’s butler, Jarvis, quietly stole the show out from under his flashy boss.

It’s nice to see the cast rounded out with solid players, but the soul of the show is Peggy Carter, and “Agent Carter” quickly and intelligently begins to add depth and texture to the character, who hides a well of sadness under her chipper British exterior. When the series begins, Carter is restless and frustrated within the confines of the sexist boys’ club that is the post-war SSR (a situation that was glimpsed in the Marvel One Shot also titled “Agent Carter”). Her boss and co-workers are often callous and condescending to her, yet “Agent Carter” is never dour or bitter. The show clearly wants to be an energetic slice of period escapism, and it supplies spy-game derring-do with energetic efficiency. Atwell carries the show with forthrightness and aplomb, and there are grace notes that quietly remind the audience that Peggy is still mourning Captain America (who, in this time frame, is a “Cap-sicle” at the bottom of the ocean).

The secret-agent tales in these episodes aren’t particularly new or original; the plots usually revolve around the usual MacGuffins and glowing orbs and chases and fights in warehouses. However executive producers and showrunners Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas do a good job of parceling out the show’s overall story into smaller, episodic servings, and “Agent Carter” barrels along confidently in its first couple of installments. The period details generally look swell, and the direction of the show is not only energetic but recalls the classic aesthetic of the first Cap film, as is only appropriate. (See the note below for more on that.)

“Agent Carter” doesn’t reinvent the spy game on TV, but it’s a crackling start to what I can only hope is a long-running, female-centered Marvel adventure tale. The comic-book company has several more TV series in the works (“Daredevil,” “A.K.A. Jessica Jones” and “Luke Cage” among them), and so far, Peggy Carter’s adventures are making me feel optimistic about what’s coming next.

Note: Louis D’Esposito, who directed the Peggy Carter Marvel One Shot, directed the first episode of “Agent Carter” and Joe Russo, co-director of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” directed the second hour.” During the summer, I read news reports that Marvel was exploring the idea of having “Captain America: The First Avenger” director Joe Johnston direct an episode of “Agent Carter,” but a Marvel spokesperson confirmed that Johnston did not helm an episode this season.

“Marvel’s Agent Carter” airs its first two episodes 8 p.m. ET Tuesday on ABC.

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Works Of Joseph Conrad: (25+ Works) Includes Heart Of Darkness And The Secret Sharer, The Secret Agent, Under Western Eyes, Lord Jim, Nostromo, Under Western Eyes And More (Mobi Collected Works)

Works Of Joseph Conrad: (25+ Works) Includes Heart Of Darkness And The Secret Sharer, The Secret Agent, Under Western Eyes, Lord Jim, Nostromo, Under Western Eyes And More (Mobi Collected Works)


This collection was designed for optimal navigation on eReaders and other electronic devices. It is indexed alphabetically, chronologically and by category, making it easier to access individual books, stories and plays. This collection offers lower price, the convenience of a one-time download, and it reduces the clutter in your digital library. All books included in this collection feature a hyperlinked table of contents and footnotes. The collection is complimented by an author biography. This Collection Includes: List of Works by Genre and TitleList of Works in Alphabetical Order List of Works in Chronological OrderJoseph Conrad BiographyNOVELSAlmayer’s FollyThe Arrow of Gold ChanceEnd of the TetherGaspar RuizHeart of Darkness The Inheritors with Ford Madox FordLord Jim The Nigger of The “Narcissus”NostromoAn Outcast of the IslandsThe Point of HonorThe RescueRomance with Ford Madox FordThe Secret AgentThe Shadow LineSome ReminiscencesTyphoon Under Western EyesVictory PLAYSOne Day MoreSHORT STORIESAmy FosterFalkA Set of Six (collection) [Gaspar Ruiz, The Informer, The Brute, An Anarchist, The Duel, Il Conde]Tales of Hearsay (collection) [The Warrior’s Soul, Prince Roman, The Tale, The Black Mate]Tales of Unrest (collection) [Karain, The Idiots, An Outpost of Progress, The Return, The Lagoon]To-morrow’Twixt Land & Sea (collection) [A Smile of Fortune, The Secret Sharer, Freya of the Seven Isles]Within the Tides (collection) [The Planter of Malata, The Partner, The Inn of the Two Witches, Because of the Dollars]Youth NON-FICTIONNotes on Life and LettersNotes on My BooksA Personal RecordThe Mirror of the Sea

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Top of the World Tennessee Volunteers Youth Free Agent One-Fit Hat – Black

Top of the World Tennessee Volunteers Youth Free Agent One-Fit Hat – Black


Your young Tennessee fan constantly impresses you with new team trivia. In fact, its probably time you accept that youre slowly losing your status as the household Volunteers expert. Show your youngster you appreciate his growing enthusiasm with the Free Agent cap from Top of the World. Featuring an embroidered school wordmark on the crown, a teamcolored fade school name on the left side and another small team name embroidered on the back, this hat is sure to keep your developing fanatic looking forward to a future at UT. Dont be bummed that youre no longer the 1 Vols devotee. Remember that youre responsible for his impeccable taste!
List Price: $ 16.95
Price: $ 16.95

Nomad tells travel agent hell go anywhere. Greeting Card

Nomad tells travel agent hell go anywhere. Greeting Card


5 x 7 Paper Greeting Card
List Price: $ 3.50
Price: $ 3.50

Problem Solvers Travel Agent

Problem Solvers Travel Agent


Allows use of any non-linear pull brake lever with any linear pull brake Works with road STI or Ergo levers Allows use of any non-linear pull brake lever with any linear pull brake Works with road STI or Ergo levers Can double cable travel for any brake lever or be used as a roller (without changing cable travel) to replace the noodle on linear pull brakes Does not work with Servo-Wave brake levers Item Specifications Color Black Brake Lever Actuation Long Pull,Short Pull
List Price: $ 23.75
Price: $ 18.99

Problem Solvers Travel Agent Black with Black Roller

Problem Solvers Travel Agent Black with Black Roller


Allows use of any non-linear pull brake lever with any linear pull brake. Works with road STI or Ergo levers.
Allows use of any non-linear pull brake lever with any linear pull brake Works with road STI or Ergo levers Can double cable travel for any brake lever or be used as a roller (without changing cable travel) to replace the noodle on linear pull brakes Does not work with Servo-Wave brake levers
Item Specifications Color Black Unit of Sale Each Brake Lever Actuation Short Pull,Long Pull
List Price: $ 23.75
Price: $ 18.99

Problem Solvers Travel Agent Silver with Silver Roller

Problem Solvers Travel Agent Silver with Silver Roller


Allows use of any non-linear pull brake lever with any linear pull brake. Works with road STI or Ergo levers.
Allows use of any non-linear pull brake lever with any linear pull brake Works with road STI or Ergo levers Can double cable travel for any brake lever or be used as a roller (without changing cable travel) to replace the noodle on linear pull brakes Does not work with Servo-Wave brake levers
Item Specifications Color Silver Unit of Sale Each Brake Lever Actuation Short Pull,Long Pull
List Price: $ 23.75
Price: $ 18.99

Problem Solvers Travel Agent Silver with Silver Roller

Problem Solvers Travel Agent Silver with Silver Roller


Allows use of any non-linear pull brake lever with any linear pull brake. Works with road STI or Ergo levers.
Allows use of any non-linear pull brake lever with any linear pull brake Works with road STI or Ergo levers Can double cable travel for any brake lever or be used as a roller (without changing cable travel) to replace the noodle on linear pull brakes Does not work with Servo-Wave brake levers
Item Specifications Color Silver Unit of Sale Each Brake Lever Actuation Short Pull,Long Pull
List Price: $ 23.75
Price: $ 18.99

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The Travel Agent: Dealer in Dreams

The Travel Agent: Dealer in Dreams


Used – An entry-level training manual and reference for travel agency managers, this text covers selling techniques, reservation procedures, marketing and selling ideas. It contains updated rules and regulations governing travel agents, and new information on tours, hotels, car rentals, and cruises. For professional travel agents and all those interested in a career as a travel agent.

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