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shop

noun A place where a thing is produced and/or displayed and sold.

verb To peruse or purchase wares from an emporium or enterprise.

shop

See Sweatshop, Workshop.
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It's still an important day, but I don't think it's in the top 8 or 9 of biggest shopping days now,'' said Dick Bartlett, general manager of Paseo Colorado, Pasadena's new open-air mall.
With canny hindsight, the Guide to Shopping Retrofits [C] Shopping history to pave the way for the advent of IT (information technology) and branding--manifest destinies of the giddy New Economy fantasy that, like Borges's map, seem to have encompassed the entire world.
Although power shopping from your laptop may be convenient, make sure you are getting the best deal for your dollars.
Professor Frank Askin of Rutgers Law School, who assembled the legal team that originally sued the shopping centers, is upset with what he considers the narrowness of the ruling.
The result was the segregation of the European stores in the fashionable shopping districts, while Russian merchants and retailers predominated in the small shops and markets scattered throughout the surrounding districts.
To Erma, the man from Virginia, and many others like them, home shopping channels sold more than $3 billion of goods last year.
It's going to become more interactive and personalized and there will be an explosion in choices of shopping channels, formats, opportunities, products and services, There will be something for everyone, including today's traditional retailers, in electronic home shopping.
According to ICSC, there were 36,650 shopping centers in the United States at the end of 1990.
It identified several catalogs now targeted to the African American market, including Fashion Influences by JC Penney, E Style from Spiegel, Essence By Mail by Hanover House and the BET Shop, a joint venture between BET and the Home Shopping Network (HSN).
Starting with Black Friday 2006, more shoppers visited Shopping.
As one of Home Shopping Network's top fashion hosts, her sales goals average between $300,000 to $500,000 per show.