Thesaurus / mercantile

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There are many games played publicly at restaurants and in the retiring rooms of mercantile establishments.

In the Footprints of the PadresCharles Warren Stoddard

It was this remarkable fortitude of the Mercantile Marine which saved Europe from starvation.

Submarine Warfare of To-dayCharles W. Domville-Fife

The provision of wireless plant and operators to the Mercantile Marine.

The Crisis of the Naval WarJohn Rushworth Jellicoe

Mercantile borrowers, he continued, generally obtained a loan to profit by it.

I saw the agents of the house in town this morning, and they tell me it is quite a first-class appointment for a mercantile one.

My mercantile venture, however, was unhappily destined to be the apple of discord between these relatives.

Captain CanotBrantz Mayer

The emotion was somehow getting out of me, and the affair was becoming more of a mercantile transaction.

An embargo, as preparatory to war, presupposes some new and hidden danger, not known to the mercantile community.

We may thus have mercantile education, mechanical education, professional education.

The farming class never give the trouble which the manufacturing and mercantile are always threatening.

Twenty Years in EuropeSamuel H. M. Byers

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