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As social media platforms become more active in stemming the flow of misinformation, its purveyors are starting to seek new homes free from policing.
Marc Benioff, Salesforce’s billionaire founder and CEO, clearly wishes to build his business into something greater than just a purveyor of software for managing customers and sales leads, the company’s bread-and-butter money-maker.
WHY SALESFORCE WANTS TO SLURP UP SLACKRHHACKETTFORTUNENOVEMBER 25, 2020FORTUNE
Another way to look at the damage is it’s that much money every month that we are not spending on or buying from the farmers, purveyors, and companies we do business with.
Meat giants themselves are now the purveyors of plant-based meat, with companies like Cargill selling their plant-based chicken even in China.
Keep in mind that Tesla isn’t a mass-market purveyor like VW and Toyota.
Every year seemed to produce another front in the battle against the purveyors of old certainties.
Mademoiselle and myself had agreed to divide between us the office of purveyor to the party.
The fame of Mrs. Recknor as a purveyor of hot biscuits was co-extensive with the line of the road.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
Purveyor, Surveyor, or whatsoever other title "please thine ear," art thou deaf?
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
When we landed in New York I went directly and made myself known to the man who was to act as purveyor of your majesty's pension.
LAZARREMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD

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