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Gold Spa never attracted much attention from its neighbors, shopkeepers said.
Mannar took a car to a local market and strolled around, polling the shopkeepers selling salt on where they got it.
The shopkeeper and his wife, drawn two ways by pity and self-interest, began by lulling their consciences with words.
That class is the mercantile, or rather shopkeeper class; and with them the money power is all powerful.
I go to leave an empty basket at the door, and the lantern that the Shopkeeper set in the hand of the pedlar.
And now a shopkeeper has filled his window with royal Stuart tartans, and I am instantly a Jacobite.
It is delightful to hear them talk,—so different from an English shopkeeper.
PAUL PATOFFF. MARION CRAWFORD
Paying for one purchase, and charging the next makes a tangle which neither the purchaser nor the shopkeeper can hope to prevent.
The eldest and most remarkable of these men in dress and appearance, resembled the merchant or shopkeeper of the period.
QUENTIN DURWARDSIR WALTER SCOTT
Farmer or shopkeeper might enter their church any Sunday morning to find mass or service utterly transformed.

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