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It was a long graceful garment of a rich brown color, an "Individual model" the saleslady called it.
A DAUGHTER OF THE MIDDLE BORDERHAMLIN GARLAND
He was wretchedly aware that if it had not been for Jacky, Lily might still be a "saleslady" at Marston's, earning good wages.
THE VEHEMENT FLAMEMARGARET WADE CAMPBELL DELAND
In fact, for the three days before Christmas it became necessary to call in the services of Annabel as assistant saleslady.
MARY-'GUSTAJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
She used to be saleslady in the biggest shop in Louisville, before she married me.
THE COMINGS OF COUSIN ANNEMMA SPEED SAMPSON
The saleslady clapped her hand over her mouth and led the way to another model.
CONISTON, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
One in particular, who was head saleslady for the Hilo Drug Company, was not at all bad-looking.
THROUGH THE SOUTH SEAS WITH JACK LONDONMARTIN JOHNSON
I had to explain a whole lot to Mama and Marie and the saleslady.
PARIS VISTASHELEN DAVENPORT GIBBONS
I was then taken to the saleslady who made me out and showed to her.
THE BEAVER, VOLUME 1, NO. 10, JULY, 1921.HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY
They tell me that I have missed my vocation, that I ought to have been a saleslady.
A "Y GIRL IN FRANCEKATHERINE SHORTALL
I asked the saleslady to take me to the toy counter, as I could sing again for things I wanted.
PARIS VISTASHELEN DAVENPORT GIBBONS

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