Recent Examples of bookseller from the Web
Amazon has now joined an exclusive Wall Street club of companies with shares valued at over $1,000 — not bad for a bookseller that took a chance on a mystical place called the world wide web.
At the top of my list is John Grisham’s ‘Camino Island,’ a ‘trouble in paradise’ tale in which a central character is a bookseller.
Few industries are as sentimental as book publishing, but the publishers and booksellers do have a point: Bookstores—the good ones, anyway—provide a valuable service for American culture and are motivated by values other than mere profit.
Internet directory Excite (XCIT) last week declared a two-for-one split, while online bookseller Amazon.com (AMZN) announced a two-for-one split in April.
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First Known Use of bookseller
BOOKSELLER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bookseller for English Language Learners
: a person or company that sells books
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