Re-sale in a sentence

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He saw in his imagination the formation of the preliminary syndicate, with himself at its head, and then the re-sale by the syndicate to a limited company at a profit.
You see, Bob," said the banker, laying the document on the table, "this contract would be all right if you were sure you had enough sand and gravel to supply Mr. Brady's wants, but you will notice that he does not specify how much material he expected to use, nor does he state when he will require it, and if he took a notion to measure all the sand you have in the pit and issue a receipt for it, he could take it and let it lie on your ground for re-sale; he could do that under this agreement.
I would adopt the following rules of thumb: - copying info for your own use is always free; - re-transmission is OK with proper credit to the author (unless the info is explicitely labeled as public); - re-sale of info is OK with permission of the author (unless public).

Examples of Re-sale

Example #1
He saw a nice little profit for his own private personal self of a thousand or so-gained in a moment.
Example #2
The plant, his hope, which he had deemed dead, blossomed with miraculous suddenness.
Example #3
Also, if you didn't have as much material as he wanted, he could compel you to supply him from other sources at the rate of fifty cents a yard.
Example #4
That contract is very well written.
Example #5
To back this up one could envisage: - introducing standard labels (for each mime type) which indicate whether the info is public, and if not, point to the author; - making browsers "label-aware", so they can show the content of the label when displaying text, pictures and movies; - adopting the convention/rule that info cannot be copied without the label; - (a bit more adventurous) setting up an ISPN (international standard person number), similar to ISBN (international standard book number) and ISSN (international standard serial number), which identifies a person, so that references to authors in the labels are less dependent on changes in e-mail addresses and home pages (as long as people keep their addresses in the ISPN database up-to-date, of course).
Example #6
What practical solutions would you suggest?