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vendor

, vender
1. Chiefly law a person who sells something, esp real property
2. another name for vending machine

vendor

1. A person or organization who furnishes materials or equipment not fabricated to a special design for the work, 1. Also see supplier.
2. One who sells or contracts to sell real property. Also see purchaser.

vendor

An organization that sells something. In this publication, vendor refers to both manufacturers and distributors as long as they sell products to the general public.
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A decade ago, the city launched an effort - largely unsuccessful - to control the boom of unlicensed street vendors by creating vending districts throughout the city.
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A few days later, he received a telephone call from a vendor who had recently started doing business with Bruce.
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Having made the decision to solicit proposals brings us to the vendor selection arena.
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Software vendors have been offering administrative systems to colleges and universities for more than 40 years, and thousands of institutions are now using commercial, software, at least at the core of their campus systems.