In surgery, having the least experience, and it being a business that spoke directly to the senses, he was most apt to distrust his own powers; but he had applied oils to several burns, cut round the roots of sundry defective teeth, and sewed up the wounds of numberless wood choppers, with considerable éclat, when an unfortunate jobber
suffered a fracture of his leg by the tree that he had been felling.
It belonged to a job- master in a small way, who drove it himself, and who jobbed it by the day, or hour, to most of the old ladies in Hampton Court Palace; but it was a point of ceremony, in that encampment, that the whole equipage should be tacitly regarded as the private property of the jobber
for the time being, and that the job-master should betray personal knowledge of nobody but the jobber
He learned to know where to place his clients' money, which of the jobbers
would make a price in New Zealands, and which would touch nothing but American rails, which might be trusted and which shunned.
I have been credibly informed, and am inclined to believe, that the various boards of directors of railway companies, those gigantic jobbers
and bribers, while quarrelling about everything else, agreed together some ten years back to buy up the learned profession of medicine, body and soul.
The august jobbers
assembled at Vienna, and carving out the kingdoms of Europe according to their wisdom, had such causes of quarrel among themselves as might have set the armies which had overcome Napoleon to fight against each other, but for the return of the object of unanimous hatred and fear.
Not to mention all the people alive who have made inventions that won't act, and all the jobbers
who job in all the jobberies jobbed; though these may be regarded as the Alligators of the Dismal Swamp, and are always lying by to drag the Golden Dustman under.
Dynamics of the Current and Future Jobber
We're doing everything," said Dee Duncan, senior vice president for sales and marketing for Peachtree Fabrics, a regional jobber
based in Georgia.
She had been design manager for decorative jobber
A number of colors are strong in today's jobber
market, said Bob McKinnon, president and chief executive of Valdese.
Approximately 100 Shell jobber
stations in Illinois and Missouri have also agreed to donate a penny of their profits for every gallon of gasoline they sell July 14, 15 and 16.
NEW YORK--Decorative fabric suppliers targeting the jobber
market are highlighting higher-end looks and constructions at lower prices.