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Sentence count:291+14Posted:2016-07-21Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: merchandiserSimilar words: commercialpurchaseat the mercy ofchangechancechannelexchangeby chanceMeaning: ['mɜrtʃənt /'mɜː-]  n. a businessperson engaged in retail trade. 
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(271) As the development of national economy of England and the growth of English merchant class, Italian merchants who had been in declining had to leave England from the 16th century.
(272) The President said that the Baltic should be free to all nations for merchant shipping.
(273) Exactly speaking, in the late Tokugawa period, with Russian merchant shipping's arrival at Ezo for trade in 1778 as the pivot, the theory of maritime state came forth.
(274) And Abraham hearkened unto Ephron; and Abraham weighed to Ephron the silver, which he had named in the audience of the sons of Heth, four hundred shekels of silver, current money with the merchant.
(275) Founded in 1904 during the Russo-Japanese War by a group of business elites led by a Shanghai tea merchant, it predates even the Chinese Communist Party.
(276) It is a specialized company who is infield of gift development, manufacture, merchant and trade.
(277) Rules for Cases Not Provided for in this Act In any case not provided for in this act the rules of law and equity, including the law merchant, shall govern.
(278) In Great Britain the earliest investment institutions of any importance were the acceptance houses, or merchant banks.
(279) At present appears the unrelatedness "foreign merchant tightness of money ' repudiates a debt ' the Chinese Enterprise to suffer the loss" is an evident proof.
(280) Widely considered the father of English literature, Chaucer was born around 1343 to a wealthy wine merchant.
(281) The shipowner has still held a merchant fleet of seven cargo - vessels.
(281) is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find nice sentences for a large number of words.
(282) Order production ends, indian travelling merchant arranges his inspector to undertake goods examine.
(283) When you hear the words "adventure travel", perhaps you think of Venetian merchant Marco Polo, the distinguished African explorer David Livingstone, or North Pole adventurer Robert Peary.
(284) From the seventeenth century onwards the customs of merchants and many of the rules of the law merchant were incorporated into the common law.
(285) Fierce fighting ensued and the boarding party managed to rescue the British merchant seaman held on the ship.
(286) Modern Confucianist businessman should be a perfect unification of merchant, scholar and social activist.
(287) A blue-spotted rock codfish and a school of smaller fish swim over the sunken hull of the ill- fated Spanish merchant galleon San Diego.
(288) Privateer: Privately owned vessel commissioned by a state at war to attack enemy ships, usually merchant vessels.
(289) To commodity, the retail merchant sells a huge variety of goods, except those in a franchised store.
(290) The traveling merchant can call at or call on to talk business.
(291) Article 21 A futures commission merchant shall install internal auditors to regularly or from time to time examine the company's finances and business, and shall prepare audit reports for inspection.
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