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Olinto returned in a few moments, saying that his wife had evidently gone to do some shopping in the Lower-Marsh, for it is the habit of the denizens of that locality to go "marketing" in the evening among the costermongers' stalls that line so many of the thoroughfares.

He meant that his three chums should know everything in the beginning, before he called on them to decide whether they would stay over a few days, and guard the property, while Obed was marketing his first proceeds in a distant city; for the pups were really too valuable to be trusted to the tender mercies of an express company, Obed thought.

Unlike the bulk of parsons, Mr. Haworth does his own marketing.

When the meal was over, Avery generally went marketing while Jeanie dressed, and they then went to the shore.

If there were no marketing to be done, Avery would go down to the beach alone and wait for her there.

So we gave her what money we had, and she went off a-marketing, with as much confidence as if she were a born Barbary Moor.

Maskew had in his left hand a basket, with which he went marketing of mornings, for he made his own purchases, and liked fish, as being cheaper than meat.

The free market came to be understood as just another kind of marketing.

Vote.com, as the name suggests, reduces representative democracy to just another marketing survey.

[Illustration: Marketing]

In Versailles Madame does her own marketing, her maidin sabots and neat but usually hideous capaccompanying her, basket laden.

In the street it was a common occurrence to encounter some non-commissioned officer who, entrusted with the catering for his mess, did his marketing accompanied by two underlings, who bore between them the great open basket destined to hold his purchases.

A new Present for a Servant-Maid: containing Rules for her moral Conduct, both with respect to herself and her Superiors: the whole Art of Cookery, Pickling, and Preserving, &c. With Marketing Tables, and Tables for casting up Expences, &c. By Mrs. Haywood.

She knew as much of housekeeping as the Queen of Oude does; and her charming little dreams of shopping for herself were rudely enough broken, ere the first week was out, by the horrified looks of Clara, when she returned from her first morning's marketing for the weekly consumption, with nothing but a woodcock, some truffles, and a bunch of celery.

And she read the list of marketing prices too, as she always did.

Ebooks aren't marketing.

[Ebooks aren't marketing]

OK, so ebooks *are* marketing: that is to say that giving away ebooks sells more books.

But ebooks *shouldn't* be just about marketing: ebooks are a goal unto themselves.

Instead of marketing your smiles you trade in blood and sinew!

The general object is thus stated in the constitution of one of these societies: "The object of this society is to assist in the purchase of articles of mourning for the dead; to give relief in cases of unlooked for distress; to help those who through age or infirmities are incapable of helping themselves by marketing, or working their grounds; to encourage sobriety and industry, and to check disorderly and immoral conduct.

He prepared a chart by means of which the monotony of marketing was done away with entirely.

There was in that district a car shortage which for at least a year would hamper the marketing of the supply.

Fowler specifically gave his negroes the privilege of marketing their produce and poultry "at suitable leisure times."

The purveyor was counting the soldiers' money, and noting its amount, when he should have been marketing, or ordering the giving out of the provisions for the day.

The larger of these woodlands, the Tongass National Forest, is estimated to contain 70,000,000,000 board feet of timber ripe for marketing.

Often the farmer errs in marketing his tree crops.

I am up so early not to miss the marketing.

We will attend to the marketing of the peaches ourselves when the time comes.

As it is, we take our tea and tobacco and coffee and sugar and wine and oranges and bananas and cheap bread and meat, all as a matter of course, but we could never have enjoyed them if international trade had not brought them to our shores, and if international finance had not quickened and cheapened their growth and transport and marketing.

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING, by Fred E. Clark.

BROWN, EDMUND, Jr. Marketing.

Scientific marketing management, its principles and methods.

The economics of marketing.

KILLOUGH, HUGH B. The economics of marketing, by Hugh B. Killough & Barrington Associates, Inc.

NYSTROM, PAUL H. Marketing, Salesmanship, Credits, collections.

The Alice Bradley menu; cook-book menus, marketing lists, and recipes.

The Alice Bradley menu-cook-book; menus, marketing lists and recipes.

RAND MCNALLY COMMERCIAL ATLAS AND MARKETING GUIDE.

Dairying problems in production, marketing and management, by Howard Campbell Jackson, Isaac Walker Rupel & Glen Wallace Vergerount.

PHILLIPS, CHARLES F. Marketing.

Principles of marketing.

SEE Beauchamp, Wilbur L. MAYNARD, HAROLD H. Principles of marketing, by Harold H. Maynard, Walter C. Weldler & Theodore N. Beckman.

ELDER, ROBERT F. Marketing.

Commercial atlas and marketing guide 73d ed., 1942.

VAUGHAN, FLOYD L. Marketing; functions, mediums, practices, variations and appraisal.

Commercial atlas and marketing guide.

RYPINS, ALICE BRADFORD. Survey and directory marketing research agencies in New York City.

RAND MCNALLY & CO. Commercial atlas and marketing guide.

SEE WADSWORTH, WALLACE C. Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide.

End-of-course test in Cooperative marketing.

End-of-course test in Marketing farm products.

End-of-course test in Principles of marketing.

Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide.

Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide.

Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide.

SEE Cooperative marketing, the golden rule in agriculture.

R64829, 26Jul50, Matthew Bender & Co., inc. (PWH) BENJAMIN, Earl W. SEE Marketing poultry products.

THE ECONOMICS OF MARKETING AND ADVERTISING, by W. D. Moriarty.

R71095, 30Nov50, Ernest Kelly (A) & Clarence E. Clement (A) MARKETING POULTRY PRODUCTS, by Earl W. Benjamin.

SEE The economics of marketing and advertising.

Scientific marketing management, its principles and methods.

The economics of marketing.

KILLOUGH, HUGH B. The economics of marketing, by Hugh B. Killough & Barrington Associates, Inc.

NYSTROM, PAUL H. Marketing, Salesmanship, Credits, collections.

Vol.5: Marketing, by Fred E. Clark; Salesmanship, by Ralph L. Wood; Credits-collections, by S. Roland Hall & Paul H. Nystrom.

The Alice Bradley menu-cook-book; menus, marketing lists, and recipes.

Marketing, Salesmanship, Credits-collections.

RAND MCNALLY COMMERCIAL ATLAS AND MARKETING GUIDE.

Profitable farm management & marketing for the corn-growing states.

Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide.

Milestones of marketing; a brief history of the evolution of market distribution.

HOTCHKISS, MARGARET W. Milestones of marketing.

Dairying problems in production, marketing and management, by Howard Campbell Jackson, Isaac Walker Rupel & Glen Wallace Vergerount.

SEE Beauchamp, Wilbur L. MAYNARD, HAROLD H. Principles of marketing, by Harold H. Maynard, Walter C. Weldler & Theodore N. Beckman.

OLSEN, PAUL C. The marketing of drug products.

Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide.

BRADFORD, ERNEST S. Survey and directory marketing research agencies in New York City.

CADMAN, ANNE BRADFORD. Survey and directory marketing research agencies in New York City.

RYPINS, ALICE BRADFORD. Survey and directory marketing research agencies in New York City.

RAND MCNALLY & CO. Commercial atlas and marketing guide.

SEE WADSWORTH, WALLACE C. Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide.

BENGE, EUGENE J. Manpower in marketing.

End-of-course test in Cooperative marketing.

End-of-course test in Marketing farm products.

End-of-course test in Principles of marketing.

Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide.

Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide.

Market and marketing analysis.

Article writing and marketing.

Rand McNally commercial atlas and marketing guide.

I'll do my marketing.

"Does he never sleep?" "Oh, yes, he goes to sleep when it is really dark, but at this nesting season the night in Birdland is very short; some of the feathered people are stirring at three o'clock, and by four all thrifty birds have dressed themselves to go out marketing for breakfast.

The Egyptians regarded work at the loom more as a matter of skill than the Greeks did; and if they allowed the women to do the marketing, that may have been because they preferred to have them carry the heavy burdens and do the harder work, after the fashion of savages and barbarians.

Its freight of dreams he had landed here in Shanghai, marketing them for a realization.

I began driving over to the new railroad to do my marketing, though it was twice as close to go to Monterey Centre.

Within the town the lamps were being lit in the booths, the folks busy marketing, and the watchmen already perambulating the city and crying the hours at the street corners.

He knew that it was a piece of pure hypocrisy to call once or twice a week to see if he could be of any service, when he was aware that Mr. Minford had hired a woman, who lived on the floor below, to do all their household work, marketing, cooking, and general errands.

The writer also admits us to a rather fuller acquaintance with the mode in which the marketing was done.

He gave the order, and Stanislas has gone ashore to buy provisions. Marketing," said Mrs. Mortimer, "is not my husband's strong point, but we'll hope for the best.