retailor


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retailor

(ˌriːˈteɪlə)
vb (tr)
1. to make (clothing) suitable for a new person or purpose by changing the details
2. (Clothing & Fashion) to cut again or restyle (material, clothes, etc) to satisfy certain requirements
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The title means 'The Tailor Retailored,' and the book purports to be an account of the life of a certain mysterious German, Professor Teufelsdrockh
In a regulatory filing, Thomas Sullivan of F9 Investments, the founder of Lumber Liquidators and holder of a 5.96% stake in the company, disclosed that he would "like to explore various options and to propose transactions which relate to or would result in one or more of" a potential sale of the company in which Sullivan may participate and potentially engage in, as a purchaser or investor, and a potential combination of the company with Cabinets to Go, a national retailor of kitchen cabinets, flooring, countertops, and installation services wholly owned by Sullivan.
Acela BioMedical, LLC is an existing hemp grower, distributor, processor, extractor, and retailor specialising in CBD Oil Production with over two m plants in the ground in Kentucky.
On the third and final measure, a unit of account, cryptocurrencies fare even worse.To belabour the obvious, no retailor will be interested in quoting prices in a currency that is an inconvenient medium of exchange and a poor store of value.
(138) See Thielman, supra note 37, at 4 (chronicling the growth of Netflix from a DVD retailor to an online streaming service).
30 (BNA): The world largest furniture retailor IKEA of Sweden has announced it would open the GCC's largest store with total investment of BD47million.
Participants received a $10 gift certificate to their choice of a major online retailor or a charitable donation clearing house for each survey completed.
Not all mythical characters in Kuwaiti folklore are of evil nature, he said, noting that the character of "Sehaila Um Al-Khalajeen" was thought of as a homeless woman who rummaged in the garbage to salvage old rags which she would hastily retailor to fit her physique.
You can take your base course, add some content, and then retailor it for alumni education or executive education.
Epworth Villa, a continuing care retirement community in Oklahoma City, is an example of how one organization realized the need to revamp its service delivery models and its campus--built a mere 20 years ago--to retailor its service offerings to memory care and greater AL options.
Table 8 shows the results of evaluating the significance of items in the questionnaire of customers' behavior toward retailor.
If a big-box retailor is the only distributor in a territory, the burden should shift to the defendant manufacturer to provide a business justification or rebuttal that substantially outweighs the anti-competitive effects.