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21 examples of  customer's  in sentences

21 examples of customer's in sentences

It was plain he was an agent, but he wouldn't give his customer's name.

" The other considered; this customer's manner was ominously quiet and easy; he didn't like it.

The priest hesitated, then laid it gently on his customer's palm.

Of all weapons he most affecteth the long bill; and this he will manage to the great prejudice of a customer's estate.

His religion is much in the nature of his customer's, and indeed the pander to it: and by a mis-interpreted sense of scripture makes a gain of his godliness.

Miss Kybird thawed somewhat, and glancing from the customer's clothes to his face saw that he had a pleasant eye and a good moustache, together with a general air of recklessness much appreciated by the sex.

Miss Kybird thawed somewhat, and glancing from the customer's clothes to his face saw that he had a pleasant eye and a good moustache, together with a general air of recklessness much appreciated by the sex.

She took charge of her customer's figures, and made their corsets, and lectured them if they allowed nature to get the upper hand.

The ordinary market bread of Paris comprised the rousset bread, made of meslin, and employed for soup; the bourgeoisie bread; and the chaland or customer's bread, which last was a general name given to all descriptions which were sent daily from the neighbouring villages to the capital.

The affable merchant was trying to recall his customer's name.

The jobber may have travelled a thousand miles to make his customer's acquaintance, and to prevail upon him to come to Boston to make his purchases; and some neighbor, who boards at the hotel he happens to make his resting-place, lights upon him, shows him attention, tempts him with bargains not to be refused, prevails upon him to make the bulk of his purchases of him, before his first acquaintance even hears of his arrival.

A fox-terrier in another customer's arms becomes hysterical with sympathy and utters ear-rending barks.)

Prices are usually a question of the customer's ability to match the commercial shrewdness of the dealer.

" There is a distinct advance in friendly intimacy when one has one's size considered in relation to a customer's needs, particularly when the consideration shows how little a man knows about women's garments.

The customer's eye lighted upon a pile of coats farther down the line.

Coupeau, who had been smoking a cigarette on the pavement, had prevailed on her to go inside as she crossed the road returning from taking home a customer's washing; and her large square laundress's basket was on the floor beside her, behind the little zinc-covered table.

The good-humoured uproar is beyond description, and is increased by more farmers forcing their way in from the rear, where are their horses or trapsby farmers eagerly inquiring for dealers or friends, and by messengers from the shops loaded with parcels to place in the customer's vehicle.

Nay, even to the guardians of social rectitudemembers of the legislaturethey might use the tu quoque argument: asking whether bribery of a customer's servant, is any worse than bribery of an elector? or whether the gaining of suffrages by claptrap hustings-speeches, containing insincere professions adapted to the taste of the constituency, is not as bad as getting an order for goods by delusive representations respecting their quality?

A customer's bank account consisting of demand deposits is called a checking account.

The shoemaker looked with dismay at his new customer's foot, which bore no resemblance whatever to that of her friend.

" The salesman had been boosting the customer's old hat, which had become mixed among the many new ones.