General dealer

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(Com.) a shopkeeper who deals in all articles in common use.

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His father, John Shakspere, who was a general dealer in agricultural products and other commodities, was one of the chief citizens of the village, and during his son's childhood was chosen an alderman and shortly after mayor, as we should call it.
The focus was largely on tuck shops, spaza shops, street vendors and general dealers.
It happened shortly before 9am yesterday at the General Dealers at Churchill Street in Wallsend.
SET in the Tyne Valley village of Stocksfield, Branch End News is a general dealers, newsagents and off-licence with "good passing trade", says the agent handling the sale of the business.
The department has written to licensed Chinese traders informing them that they need to rearrange their businesses and stop posturing like general dealers as that type of business is reserved for citizens of the country.
There will be specialists in Beswick, Doulton figurines and Russian china as well as general dealers bringing examples of Worcester, Doulton, Moorcroft, Kevin Francis and Gaudy Welsh.
Shahid, of Hamid and Sons general dealers in Paisley Road, Renfrew, said: "I think it's a wonderful idea, especially at this time of year.
Sony is making the joint package with Scholastic available for a limited time through its educational and general dealers.
Our company, together with independent Esso, Mobil and General dealers, has worked hard over the past few weeks to restore fuel supplies to Tohoku but wanted to do more.
The contractor took too long to move on site which prompted the Council to terminate the contract and award the same to another company Sterlum General Dealers.
He also remembered the shops and trades which existed on Mandale Road, Thornaby's commercial centre, mentioning Metcalfe's pie shop, Ossie Wilson the butcher, Spence's newsagents, Alexander tobacconists and jewellers, Guthrie and Fishy Fell - both wet fish shops - Scotts' newsagents, Hurds' corn merchants, Fiddler's butchers, Johnson's general dealers, Gaunt's piemakers, Sheldon's ladies' shop, Taylor's chemists, and Tates' cake shop.
Other shops and businesses I can remember are: Lilburn's wet fish shop, Moods toys and fancy goods, Brooks grocer & general dealers, Daltons grocer & general dealers, butchers, Arkles, Harry Dunn, Wilkinsons, Bramwells and another almost next to Bramwells that was always known as The Pork Shop.

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