Thesaurus / marts
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Between the counting-house in Calais and the fairs and marts of the country Thomas Betson would dispose of his wool and fells.

Medieval PeopleEileen Edna Power

We need it in the daily affairs of life; we need it in the field, in the workshop, and in the marts of business.

A Lamp to the PathW. K. Tweedie

These marts were open till about the year 1493, at which time they were enclosed, to prevent vagabonds taking shelter in them.

There are carts and wagons on the roads bearing the products of field and garden to the marts of trade.

The Vitalized SchoolFrancis B. Pearson

The temples and the marts of men echo all night and day to the clamour of lies and shams and quackeries.

Diary of a PilgrimageJerome K. Jerome

One of these marts was situated in Lancaster County, and another in Stafford.

The StrongholdMiriam Haynie

"The insolence of wealth and the garishness of its marts are disappearing," I told her.

A Top-Floor IdylGeorge van Schaick

After that, audience is given to buyers who have returned from or are about to leave for the marts of the world.

Mrs. ThompsonWilliam Babington Maxwell

With his eyes set then on this financial goal, Red Hoss sought service in the marts of trade.

Sundry AccountsIrvin S. Cobb

There was a splendid mosque upon the site; the suburb had colleges, baths and marts.

Old Continental TownsWalter M. Gallichan


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