They then pack them in wooden boxes and sell them to traders, by whom they are vended for pygmies in all parts of the world.
The stores are open as usual, the same cries are heard in the streets, and the lottery tickets are vended as ever at each corner.
The Stoics, the Epicureans, the Platonists, all had their several specifics which they vended as truth.
Linseed-oil, thus prepared, is vended by dealers in paints, under the name of boiled oil.
The farmer has sowed and planted and reaped and vended nothing but weather all his life.
We do not know for certain, then, that Young Glengarry vended his honour when in London in autumn 1749.
But he talked grandly of the immense powers of the baubles he vended, seeming to hold them in a sort of reverence.
It is also known under the name of coffee refined, and as such is vended in tin canisters.
Much of what is vended under the name is altogether a fictitious article.
The stores are open as usual, the same cries are heard on the streets, and the lottery tickets are vended on every corner.