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Wan·a·ma·ker

 (wŏn′ə-mā′kər), John 1838-1922.
American merchant whose men's clothing business grew into one of the first department stores. He also served as US postmaster general (1889-1893).

Wan•a•ma•ker

(ˈwɒn əˌmeɪ kər)

n.
John, 1838–1922, U.S. merchant.
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The Waldorf-Astoria alone tops all residential buildings with eleven hundred and twenty telephones and five hundred thousand calls a year; while merely the Christmas Eve orders that flash into Marshall Field's store, or John Wanamaker's, have risen as high as the three thousand mark.
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Zoe Wanamaker The play focuses on the first ladies of France and the US when they find themselves alone in a side room, as their husbands clash over an international crisis.
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This foot-powered (treadle) sewing machine called "The Wanamaker." It was given to my mother in the early 1900s and is in good working condition.
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You cannot argue with the great cast, headed up by Phyllis Logan, Miranda Richardson and Zoe Wanamaker, but we are beginning to wonder if they read the script properly before they signed up.
ZOE Wanamaker is delighted at the soaring number of screen roles for older women.