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re·ti·al

(rē'shē-ăl),
Relating to a rete.

retial

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re·ti·al

(rē'shē-ăl)
Relating to a rete.
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In addition to traditional POS applications, intelligent chassis systems make retial store customer credit-card verification easier and more profitable.
In its most practical terms, this results in what is often called "retail leakage"--a leakage of retial revenues and profits, from the local areas to those outside localities.
ARMADA HOFFLER PROPERTIES ACQUIRES NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA RETIAL CENTRES
In 1990, the decision came to introduce Orleton Farm Shop as a retial outlet for the produce being reared on the family farm.
Retial Rx Market--Dollar Sales $ in billions 1999 $143 2000 $166 +15% 2001 $182 +18% 2002 $206 +13% 2003 $229 +11% 2004 $251 +10% Note: Table made from bar graph.
There are eight other retailers the size of Mitsukoshi USA, he noted which is opening a store in its retial condo at 57 Street and Park Avenue.