It is dangerous in the hands of a person not used to handling it and the work should be sublet.
"Elements of Plumbing" by Samuel Dibble
After the death of the third Duke it was sublet to Leopold, subsequently King of the Belgians.
"The Strand District" by Sir Walter Besant
The family that had occupied it, he explained, had moved away, and had requested the management of the building to sublet it.
"The Film of Fear" by Arnold Fredericks
To talk of clauses against subletting is sheer nonsense.
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 59, No. 367, May 1846" by Various
His brother leases and sublets convicts, five stockades of 'em, and ought to be one himself.
"John March, Southerner" by George W. Cable
Can a lessee assign or sublet his lease?
"Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman" by Albert Sidney Bolles
You can sublet for the balance of the season.
"The Truth About Tristrem Varick" by Edgar Saltus
You should sublet it.
"Shadows of Flames" by Amelie Rives
So he lets to a gentleman who sublets the flats, you see?
"A Bed of Roses" by W. L. George
Luckily we sublet our apartment.
"My Actor-Husband" by Anonymous
You will make no abatement to Healey, but try and get the farm out of his hands, by any means, before he sublets it and runs away to America.
"The Dodd Family Abroad, Vol. II.(of II)" by Charles James Lever
When next I move may it be straight through to glory, where the lease is long and the landlord never sublets.
"Rosemary and Rue" by Amber
The right of occupation of the district had been leased by Roster from Government, and he, in turn, sublet his rights to the half-breeds.
"Between Sun and Sand" by William Charles Scully
He sublet it to Peter the Great, who was then visiting the dockyard at Deptford.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 1" by Various
Perhaps the flat might be sublet, furnished, to advantage.
"Carolyn of the Corners" by Ruth Belmore Endicott
Philip left his house in Elm Avenue without even trying to sublet it.
"Woman and Artist" by Max O'Rell
It relates to a company of fur hunters composed of Smith, Sublet, and Jackson.
"A History of Oregon, 1792-1849" by William Henry Gray
Two big rooms in the rear he sublet as storerooms to the carriage painter who rented the ground floor.
"Comrade Yetta" by Albert Edwards
This led to the evil of subletting.
"The Montessori Method" by Maria Montessori
COMMENTS: The type was named from points found on sites near Sublet Ferry on the Tennessee River in Jackson County, Alabama.
"Handbook of Alabama Archaeology: Part I Point Types" by James W. Cambron
SUBLETTING of co-ops -- not so long ago a possible indicator of a building's dire financial straits and even, for some shareholders, the last gasp before abandoning their apartments -- isn't what it used to be.
Fired from his job, unsure about his sexuality, about to lose his sublet apartment and suspecting that his doctoral dissertation will never get written, Tad Leary is remarkably unprepared for revelry of any kind.
In a city where even phone jacks can be sublet, permanence is as rare as a decent closet.
Adjusting to Life in a Jersey Sublet .
Philip Gourevitch on subletting a tugboat on the Hudson River.
The president stood up, stretched and went looking for a cup of coffee from the Marines, the Secret Service having been sublet to Ireland.
New Yorkers know about rentals like the apartment sublet and the summer house share.
Pet OK, Few Blocks from Train, Parking Available- Waiting List Sublet OK After 2 Years.
In one case, subletting to a check-cashing business actually created more profit for the drycleaner than running his own store.
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Hundreds of New Yorkers, like others nationwide, have been making a few extra dollars by using sites such as AirBnB, Crashpadder, Roomorama, and Craigslist to sublet pullout sofas, living rooms, and whole apartments.