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This and his "Denunciation of Stock-jobbing" made great impression on the public mind.
When we arrived at Posen we took up our quarters in the Jewish poorhouse, the master of which was a poor jobbing tailor.
Its half-acre of pleasure ground—attended to by a jobbing gardener once a week—was trim and flowery.
HYACINTHGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
The overweening ambition of the great cities to monopolize the jobbing trade, regardless of distance, has already been discussed.
And, in the second place, it hinges upon the relation between carload ratings and the development of local jobbing business.
To this policy the jobbing interests of the Pacific coast strenuously object.
Unfortunately the Pacific coast points were in an uproar at this threat against their supremacy in the jobbing business.
Uncle Sam runs quite a jobbing office, all the details of which must be carefully systematized, too.
And on I went as slow and solemn and silly-looking and artful as a jobbing plumber.
His father had added to the family treasure and importance by cautious usury and adventurous stock-jobbing.
GUY LIVINGSTONE;GEORGE A. LAWRENCE

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propinquitynoun | [proh-ping-kwi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION
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