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 n.— «Sunrise sold 12 of its wholly owned properties and 11 joint venture properties for a total of $311 million…. Under a so-called sale-manageback arrangement, Sunrise has a long-term operating contract as well as a 10 percent interest in the properties.» —“Big Assisted-Living Company Shifts Away From Property Ownership” by Terry Pristin New York Times July 30, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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