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ironmonger

Brit a dealer in metal utensils, hardware, locks, etc.

ironmonger

[IBM] A hardware specialist (derogatory). Compare sandbender, polygon pusher.
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ironmongers A wide selection of goods were on display in its windows, taking full advantage of the corner location.
It's from a time when we used to have things like ironmongers on every street.
The butcher, the baker, the grocer and the ironmonger - no candlestick-makers, sadly - must all get to grips with every aspect of Victorian commerce.
As soon as his son, Fatboy, left, was old enough, he took up a strange hobby - making guns and ammo from bits and pieces bought at ironmongers.
He had originally bought a disused ironmongers in Frinton and got planning permission for a bistro, restaurant and wine bar but the Council initially voted 6-5 against a pub.
Runner-up Frankie Dettori was also forced to play second fiddle in the Coopers Ironmongers Fillies' Handicap as his mount went down by half a length to Picture Puzzle.
The stall reopened as Queensgate Ironmongers on July 1, as Ms Fanning teamed up with her brother Lem Lemanski, who worked at Williams' for 30 years.
A lot of people describe Ironmongers as an Aladdin's cave and I suppose they are like that.
A couple behind a failed Washington ironmongers have been disqualified from managing any other companies after running up debts of more than pounds 260,000.
Brewery director George Barnes told 200 people that a former ironmongers in the "Bond Street of East Anglia" would be a first-rate local.
I WOULD like to pass on a big thank you to Lewis from the Queensgate Ironmongers in Huddersfield's rather wonderful Queensgate Market.