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bricks and mortar

A physical store, office or branch that customers walk into during business hours. Contrast with e-commerce. See clicks and mortar and bricks clicks and flips.
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Given their relatively high share in eCommerce, vitamin sales, like baby product sales, are a frontline category for gauging eCommerce success for brick and mortar retailers, particularly for Walmart, Walgreens and CVS.
But these brick and mortar fans were also tech savvy.
The Brick and Mortar Reporter podcast has a new interview every single day and the interviews cover every type of local business imaginable.
On the samples of brick and mortar taken from the bath, such physical experiments as water absorption rate (mass and volume) ([S.sub.k], [S.sub.h]), unit volume mass (apparent density) ([DELTA]), specific mass (real density) ([delta]), porosity (p), and compactness (k) were conducted according to the methods in TS EN 1936 [15].
The biggest advertisement brick and mortar stores had before the Internet was a huge sign in front of their building.
They frequently go into an Arkansas brick and mortar store to search selection, try out the product, seek expertise from the salespeople there, and then go to the Internet to order and save the sales tax.
Some brick and mortar suppliers will test old mortar to determine what's in it and whether it is compatible with the new mortar replacing it.