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For instance, not long ago General Pershing indicated the immediate need of a number of men qualified as commissary storekeepers for service in France.
Bystanders and storekeepers rushed them, and within a minute or two Hassan was shot dead and Ahmed was bleeding on the tram tracks.
These would-be virtual storekeepers might find lower per piece prices contracting with a more traditional wholesaler, but then would also have to develop their own digital storefront and backend.
Blood pooled around his skull, fractured by the blow from a club wielded by a storekeeper who’d chased him down.
Performed by Kevin Del Aguila as Oaken, the loopy storekeeper, the scene also contains the show's best dance number, a comical variation on an old-school fan dance.
When the storekeeper told the customer the bill was counterfeit, the customer paid for the entire purchase with his credit card.
Structured like a fireside chat – or an adult bedtime story – Buyer & Cellar has Alex recount his experiences at his next job, as storekeeper and stock boy in the little mall underneath Streisand’s compound.
The group relies on a vast network of informers: watchmen, storekeepers, villagers, tollbooth operators.
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