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WAREWashington Adoption Resource Exchange (Seattle, WA)
WAREWorksite Accident Reduction Expert
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The road all on this side of the country is very populous, and is full of potters and earth-makers--that is to say, people, that temper the earth for the China ware.
Skeggs, with his palmetto on and his cigar in his mouth, walks around to put farewell touches on his wares.
Hereafter some will send vessels to England for broadcloths and all sorts of manufactured wares, and to the West Indies for sugar, and rum, and coffee.
This is deemed a fortunate circumstance in the contingencies of this species of trade, since it enables the dealer to offer his uncalled-for wares in the least suspicious and most natural manner.
a violent death on the coast of New Zealand), fascinated by the monotony, the regularity, the abruptness of the recurring cry, and so exasperated at the absurd spell, that I wished the fellow would choke himself to death with a mouthful of his own infamous wares.
Silks, velvets, what you will, I doubt not but I have some dainty wares Will woo your fancy.
And because these cunning men, are like haberdashers of small wares, it is not amiss to set forth their shop.
Then she knocked at the door, and cried, 'Fine wares to sell
Rich merchants, sending their wares to the distant Indies, had lived in them calm and prosperous lives, and in their decent decay they kept still an aroma of their splendid past.
The Torzhok peddler woman, in a whining voice, went on offering her wares, especially a pair of goatskin slippers.
Rather to my surprise (for I was too conceited to be greatly amazed by the circumstance), the publisher picked out a few of the best of my wares, and boldly bought them of me-- of course, at his own price.
A flower dealer, his feet tapping impatiently, his nose and his wares glistening with rain-drops, stood behind an array of roses and chrysanthemums.