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Worn out from his life on the road as a traveling salesman, the barely awake Gregor Samsa thinks he’s caught a bug.
RSC Chemical Solutions is a division of Radiator Specialty Company, a company that was co-founded in Charlotte in 1924 by I.D. Blumenthal, then a traveling salesman whose name is now synonymous with a number of philanthropic efforts in Charlotte.
The new tax law left intact deductions for the use of corporate jets, traveling salesmen’s bar tabs, and the cost of executive retreats, for example to golf clubs such as those owned by Trump.
In Arthur Miller’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, a traveling salesman reflects on his failed career and his hopes for his sons. 7:30 p.m.
Because of her mother’s dalliances with a shady traveling salesman selling a bright green elixir, her baby is born green.
The airport is to America’s petite bourgeoisie—the small-time capitalists and traveling salesmen who delivered us to Trump—what the factory is to the white working class: a symbol of how much better things used to be.
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TRAVELING SALESMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of traveling salesman for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to travel to different places in a particular area and to sell products or get orders from customers
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