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614 examples of retail in sentences

F. NESBITT & CO., | | | | General JOB PRINTERS, | | | | BLANK BOOK Manufacturers, | | STATIONERS, Wholesale and Retail, |

F. NESBITT & CO., | | | | General JOB PRINTERS, | | | | BLANK BOOK Manufacturers, | | STATIONERS, Wholesale and Retail, |

F. NESBITT &CO., | | | | General JOB PRINTERS, | | BLANK BOOK Manufacturers, | | STATIONERS, Wholesale and Retail, |

F. NESBITT & CO., | | | | General JOB PRINTERS, | | | | BLANK BOOK Manufacturers, | | STATIONERS, Wholesale and Retail, |

Wholesale and Retail.

Besides, there was only one of them at a time, and they didn't trouble common people much, but in this enlightened nineteenth century I have seen a poor, miserable, six foot dry-goods clerk turned out of a retail store by a strapping little female, who couldn't jump a counter worth shucks.

A newspaper A business firm The city The farmers The producers in some business or industry The consumers The retail merchants of your city Some group of reformers Some social group Those interested in a social activity, as dancing Your neighbors Yourself.

<Tail> (cut): (1 and 2 combined) detail, curtail, entail, retail, tailor, tally.

AT RETAIL AND TO THE | | TRADE, | | | |

With lightness, unrecking the great moment so perilously at hand, I had begun: "'Will you lend me two thousand dollars to establish myself in a small retail business?' inquired a young man, not yet out of his teens of a middle-aged gentleman who was poring over his ledger in the counting room of one of the largest establishments in Boston.

During the latter part of the lesson, between looks stolen fearfully at her profile, I was mentally engaged in borrowing two thousand dollars from a convenient Mr. Barton with which to establish myself in a small retail businesspreferably a candy store with an ice-cream parlor in the rear.

The most that the horses could possibly average at a retail price was as much as these men were willing to pay wholesale.

He this day, when we were by ourselves, observed, how common it was for people to talk from books; to retail the sentiment's of others, and not their own; in short, to converse without any originality of thinking.

I suppose it was the mad doings of the Fifth Monarchy men, as folks called them, which stirred up such a persecuting spirit; so at least said the people of our village, who now began to come about us again, with some show of former kindness; but they proved very Job's comforters to us, by reason of the frightful stories they loved to retail.

Has wholesale and retail military experience.

They dispose of their reputation at retail.

wholesale, retail.

V. sell, vend, dispose of, effect a sale; sell over the counter, sell by auction &c n.; dispense, retail; deal in &c 794; sell off, sell out; turn into money, realize; bring to the hammer, bring under the hammer, put up to auction, put up for auction; offer for sale, put up for sale; hawk, bring to market; offer &c 763; undersell.

He married a wife as a common proxy for the service of all those that are willing to come in for their shares; he engrossed her first by wholesale, and since puts her off by retail; he professes a form of matrimony, but utterly denies the power thereof.

Miss Potter, after a close investigation of this point, arrives at the conclusion that "undoubtedly the worst paid work is made under the direction of East End retail slop-shops, or for tally-mena business from which contact, even in the equivocal form of wholesale trading, has been eliminated.

He may be a speculator, buying up grain or timber, and holding or manipulating it in the large markets; or he may be a wholesale merchant, who, buying directly from the fisherman, and selling to the retail fishmonger, is supposed to be responsible for the high price of fish; he may be the retailer who in East London is supposed to cause the high price of vegetables.

But, look here, Lรกzar, when you make up the balance for me at your leisure, you might deduct the retail items sold to the gentry, and the rest of that sort of thing.

All earlier efforts tending in this direction had been effectually thwarted by the Spaniards and creoles, who considered the profits derived from the country, and especially the inland retail trade, to be their own by prescriptive right.

[Wholesale rate highter than retail government.]

At the time of my visit, the royal factories could not turn out a supply of cigars commensurate with the requirements of commerce; and this brought about a peculiar condition of things; the wholesale dealer, who purchased cigars in very considerable quantities at the government auctions, paying higher than the retail rates at which he could buy them singly in the estancia.

In exchanging the dollar from five to fifteen per cent discount was charged; it was profitable, therefore, to purchase cigars in the estancias with the gold ounce, and then to retail them in smaller quantities nominally at the rate of the estancias.

To the present day they are blamed as being monopolists, particularly by the creoles; and certainly, by means of their steady industry and natural commercial aptitude, they have appropriated nearly all the retail trade to themselves.

These virtues have enabled the Finnish group in Brooklyn to build cooperatively a three-story modern business block, to run therein a wholesale bakery, a retail bakery, a meat shop and grocery store, a cooperative restaurant and a cooperative pool room, to build adjacent to this two modern cooperative apartment houses and to lay the foundations for a third now under construction.

Down on the first floor the retail bakery is so immaculately clean that you would be willing to defy anyone to find one speck of dust in the place.

No doubt the superb freedman, who had been allowed so rich a share of the flatteries lavished on his master, would take the opportunityif not out of good nature, at least out of vanity,to retail them in the imperial ear.

There was in Paris a public scale called poids du roi; but this scale, though a most important means of revenue, was a great hindrance to retail trade.

No merchandise coming up or down the stream in boats could be disembarked in the interior of Paris without becoming, as it were, the property of the corporation, which, through its agents, superintended its measurement and its sale in bulk, and, up to a certain point, its sale by retail.

My father, whom I cannot recollect, was a small retail tradesman in the city.

By the time the kettle was boiling my entries were completed, and I proceeded forthwith to retail to my colleague those extracts from my conversation with Juliet that I have just recorded.

But she was the daughter of a millionnaire of a very set temper, who had often said and sworn that his daughter should not have any man who had not proved by more than mushroom or retail success in business that he was able and likely to better her fortune.

Jay's hours always struck me as so very confusing that it is unlikely I should be able to retail the information correctly.

*** "Mystery," says a news item, "surrounds the purchase of fifty retail fish shops in and about London."

He found leisure to come every day to retail the gossip of the studios, and fortify himself for the desultory labors in which he was engaged.

Retail trade is despicable, we are told, and "all mechanics are by their profession mean".

The business of the island, that is, the commercial business, the purchase and sale of merchandise wholesale and retail, is almost entirely in the hands of Spaniards.

Small parcels, better suited to the retail demand, might be brought more profitably from the sugar islands whither New England, New York and Pennsylvania ships were frequently plying than from Guinea whence special voyages must be made.

He would have printed in the newspapers a statement that 'William Jones, assisted by a staff of experienced buyers, will attend the tea-sales of the East India Company, and will lay in parcels from the best Chinese Gardens, which he will retail to his customers at a profit of not more than five per centum.'

A law has been lately passed by the legislature of Pennsylvania, taxing wholesale and retail dealers in merchandize, excepting those importers of foreign goods who vend the articles in the form in which they are imported.

Retail salesmen's manual of Federal electric washers.

INGRAM, HAROLD E. Sales Analysis Institute, Retail sales manual.

ARTHUR, WILLIAM R. The law of drugs and druggists; a treatise with text, cases, statutes, readings, and digests for schools of pharmacy, retail, wholesale and manufacturing druggists.

INGRAM, HAROLD E. Guide for planning retail sales talks; chart and lecture.

Local Trademarks, Inc. (PWH); 7Mar63; R311714. Retail advertising helps.

Local Trademarks, Inc. (PWH); 25Mar63; R312788. Retail advertising helps.

ABBOTT & WALKER, INC. Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

DAYTON-LEE, INC. Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

SEE GAILORD (THOMAS) & REYNOLDS, INC. Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

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VANDERBILT ADVERTISING, INC. Retail advertising helps.

Amsterdam Syndicate, Inc. (PWH); 1Dec64; R350171. Advertising campaign for wholesale & retail merchants.

Advertising campaign for wholesale & retail merchants.

Advertising campaign for wholesale & retail merchants.

<pb id='280.png' n='1964h2/A/2212' /> Retail advertising helps.

Teacher's syllabus for use with Retail selling simplified.

(In Vogue, Advance retail trade ed., Oct. 15, 1941) ยฉ 14Oct41; B517222.

(In Vogue, Advance retail trade, ed., Apr. 1, 1942) ยฉ 31Mar42; B537814.

R61915, 3May50, Marie Marguerite Bennett (W) HOW TO SELL AT RETAIL, by Werrett Wallace Charters.

Deward & Rich, Inc. (PWH); 22Apr63; R314116. Retail advertising helps.

Local Trademarks, Inc. (PWH); 7Mar63; R311714. Retail advertising helps.

Local Trademarks, Inc. (PWH); 25Mar63; R312788. Retail advertising helps.

ABBOTT & WALKER, INC. Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

Deward & Rich, Inc. (PWH); 23Aug63; R320960. Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps: Tom Grey says it's a fact, a lion's share is not the greater portion, and 23 others.

Retail advertising helps: Tom Grey says it's a fact, there are no double jointed people, and 63 others.

Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

Retail advertising helps.

Teacher's syllabus for use with Retail selling simplified.

(In Vogue, Advance retail trade ed., Oct. 15, 1941) ยฉ 14Oct41; B517222.

(In Vogue magazine, advance retail ed., Dec. 1, 1941)

(In Vogue, Advance retail trade ed., Apr. 15, 1941) ยฉ 15Apr41; B495576.

(In Vogue, advance retail trade ed., Jan. 15, 1943) ยฉ 15Jan43; B570978.

He has made his brother (who, as well as himself, used to retail hops in the streets of St. Pol,) a General; and in order to deliver him from rivals and critics, he breaks, suspends, arrests, and sends to the Guillotine every officer of any merit that comes in his way.

The provisions obtained by these means were distributed to the shopkeepers, who had instructions to retail them to the idle and disorderly, at about a twentieth part of the original cost, and no one could profit by this regulation, without first receiving a ticket from the Committee of his section.

He dispenses bankruptcy by retail, and will fall, because he cannot even by these means be useful enough.

As he dealt chiefly in liquor, and had a "License to retail Spirits," his drunkery was thronged with customers.

Retail (see Wholesale).

Wholesale and retail selling recognized as lawful, but not forestalling.

Wine, or beer, use of never regulated by sumptuary legislation; sweet white wine not to be sold at retail; sweet wine (Spanish?) must be sold at the same price as the wine of the Rhine and Gascony.

It should be remarked that this lady was not the wife of a great merchant, such as those of Venice and Genoa, but of a simple retail dealer who was not above selling articles for 4 sous; such being the case, we cannot wonder that Christine de Pisan should have considered the anecdote 'worthy of being immortalized in a book.'

The first resulted in the closing of some seventy houses and the carrying of a total prohibition of retail liquor sales in the district of Clutha.

The laws which regulate retail shops do not aim at securing what is known as early closing.

We have understood also, that certain individuals, located contiguous to the plantation, retail ardent spirits to them in quantities as large as they are able to pay for.

If this be the fact, such men should be ferreted out, and in justice to the Indians, to the community about them, and to the laws of the land, they should be made to suffer, by being exhibited to public derision, and by the penalty of the act prohibiting the retail of spirits.