shop clerk


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Noun1.shop clerk - a salesperson in a storeshop clerk - a salesperson in a store    
sales rep, sales representative, salesperson - a person employed to represent a business and to sell its merchandise (as to customers in a store or to customers who are visited)
shop boy - a young male shop assistant
shop girl - a young female shop assistant
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He will have a special participation as beach babe, waitress, photo shop clerk, and lady in red in the film.
Race and ethnicity, those American bugbears, are a kind of recurring theme here: the bedded girl and her brothers are Samoans, the loan shark is probably Belorussian, there's an Indian shop clerk, a Mexican barkeep and a Jewish property dealer.
According to Paula, a shop clerk in the nearby village of Ain al-Delb, "children have started choosing [their] candles for Palm Sunday .
A SHOP clerk raises his arms in jubilation after learning he sold one of the winning tickets in the world's biggest ever lotto jackpot.
Create great experiences for people," said Sternlicht, "every store, every shop clerk, everybody in your mall.
The poster, which was shown on NHK, directed people interested in working in Syria to the shop clerk.
But I handed 120 yen to the shop clerk today and she told me it was now 123 yen -- that unnerved me.
Earlier in the month the stabbing of a 20-year-old shop clerk in the centre of Sofia led to the arrest of an illegal Algerian migrant a couple of days later and protests by nationalists.
An ex-betting shop clerk is odds-on to become Britain's first online billionaire gambling mogul.
AN ex-betting shop clerk is close to turning her family into Britain's first gambling billionaires.
It all happened really fast," a shop clerk told SKAI radio.
Maher, a former clothing shop clerk and resident of the FSA-held district of Bustan al-Qasr, took part in a recent protest against looting by rebels who he says have taken over the homes of many families who have fled the violence.