Buy may refer to:
- Trade, exchange of goods (including money) and services
- BUY (Burlington-Alamance Regional Airport), Burlington, North Carolina
- Buy.com, a shopping website
- Buy (album), a 1979 album by James White and the Contortions
- Buy River, a river in Perm Krai and the republics of Bashkortostan and Udmurtia in Russia
- Buy (inhabited locality), name of several inhabited localities in Russia
Other articles related to "buy":
... Best Buy Co ... Pacific Sales, and, in Canada the Best Buy Canada subsidiary operates most stores under the Future Shop label ... On June 26, 2007, Best Buy announced a 40% increase in its operations, with plans to operate more than 1,800 stores worldwide, including 1,400 Best Buy stores in the U.S ...
... All games are a try before you buy model, usually a 60 minute trial ... To buy the full version (of the latest game, PacMania III), you have to pay £4.61 in the UK, or $6.99 in the US, although anyone in the world can buy it ...
... Within the framework of administrative divisions, Buy serves as the administrative center of Buysky District, even though it is not a part of it ... it is incorporated separately as the town of oblast significance of Buy—an administrative unit with a status equal to that of the districts ... As a municipal division, the town of oblast significance of Buy is incorporated as Buy Urban Okrug ...
... Fever" and Elvis Costello's "Less Than Zero", had been issued as singles (BUY 16, BUY 9 BUY 11 respectively) ...
... The first Best Buy store in Turkey was opened in 2009 in Izmir ... geographically proximate to Europe, organisationally it was part of Best Buy Inc's International division, and not controlled by Best Buy Europe Distributions Ltd ... In early 2011, Best Buy announced the closure of its Turkish operations ...
Famous quotes containing the word buy:
“Eatings going to be a whole new ball game. I may even have to buy a new pair of trousers.”
—Lester Piggott (b. 1935)
“Children need money. As they grow older they need more money. They need money for essentially the same reasons that adults need money. They need to buy stuff....They need it regardless of whether they get good grades, violate a family rule, or offend a parent.”
—Donald C. Medeiros (20th century)
“the vagabond began
To sketch a face that well might buy the soul of any man.
Then, as he placed another lock upon the shapely head,
With a fearful shriek, he leaped and fell across the
—Hugh Antoine DArcy (18431925)