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retail

the sale of goods individually or in small quantities to consumers
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Then the customer of comparatively tender years would get suddenly disconcerted at having to deal with a woman, and with rage in his heart would proffer a request for a bottle of marking ink, retail value sixpence (price in Verloc's shop one-and-sixpence), which, once outside, he would drop stealthily into the gutter.
Gambit, however, had a satisfactory practice, much pervaded by the smells of retail trading which suggested the reduction of cash payments to a balance.
Toller shared the highest practice in the town and belonged to an old Middlemarch family: there were Tollers in the law and everything else above the line of retail trade.
In those days the Standard Oil Company did not deliver oil to the consumer in big wagons and motor trucks as it does now, but delivered instead to retail grocers, hardware stores, and the like.
These preparations happily completed, I bought a little dessert in Covent Garden Market, and gave a rather extensive order at a retail wine-merchant's in that vicinity.
Phillips a very attentive listener, whose opinion of his consequence increased with what she heard, and who was resolving to retail it all among her neighbours as soon as she could.
Paul Berkman and Davie Berke of Newmark Knight Frank Retail
Yet from The Ohio State University to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, more IHE decision-makers are realizing that developing a retail portfolio near campus provides a solution to several challenges.
The report is the result of a four-day retail summit held in October 2004, which involved briefings on the status of the ongoing planning process and making recommendations for retail development as part of Lower Manhattan's post-September 11 regeneration.