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stationer

1. a person who sells stationery or a shop where stationery is sold
2. Obsolete a publisher or bookseller
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United Stationers is a supplier of workplace essentials and had a 2014 net sales of USD5.
Gorilla Stationers said it will combine its existing storefront infrastructure with GZMOE's attractive interface in order to create stronger brand recognition to its customers without sacrificing either site's efficiency or comprehensive stock.
He successfully marshals "virtually every mention of any printer, Stationer, or other person active in the book trade" (xix) whom he has found for the period 1501 to 1557 and builds a host of compelling new arguments about the history of that trade.
250 million of different items from Arsalan Stationers.
Ken Sperling, President of PBS, offers his encouragement with, "Partnering with United Stationers has opened up a wide variety of opportunities to allow PBS the ability to streamline our customer's purchasing power.
Seventy years ago, Holmes Stationers and Gifts opened its doors in a 700-square-fool space in downtown McComb.
WH Smith bolstered its high street estate with the acquisition of 22 stores from the administrator of British Bookshops and Stationers.
A new government-issued office supplies contract awarded to Independent Stationers, a leading office supplies provider, gives cities and other public agencies exclusive access to reduced pricing and substantial savings for office supplies.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-2 March 2010-United Stationers reports acquisition of software solutions provider MBS Dev(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Central Stationers of Darlington, which employs 12 has combined resources with Wallis Business Services, which already has branches in York and Malton employing 55 people.
His favorite supplier is Dempsey & Carroll stationers (www.
Loewenstein begins his study by noting that there were three important institutions for regulating the Elizabethan press: the royal licensing that served to keep ideologically unacceptable books out of print; entry into the register of the Stationers' Company, a guild privilege by which an individual member obtained the exclusive right to market a text; and the granting of patents, by which certain stationers were given control over entire classes of publication.