shoppy

shoppy

(ˈʃɒpɪ)
n, pl -pies
(Commerce) informal a shop assistant
adj
(Commerce) informal of a shop
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The evening express told how onlookers were left stunned as flames leapt from the windows of the flat, located above the Premier Lintmill shoppy.
Dear Santa: For Christmas I want a World Vacation Shoppy Doll.
"If it wasn't for Shoppy doing what he did and was able to get into scoring position," Aviles said.
But when it comes to style, Hotel Andra in Seattle's shoppy Belltown neighborhood trumps anything within a wide radius.
Darcy is replayed when Margaret Hale's prejudice against the North and so-called "shoppy people" prompts her hasty misjudgment of John Thornton, the Milton manufacturer (19).
The implied analogy neatly achieves part of Gaskell's visionary political project, namely to elevate those "in trade" (44)--those whom Margaret initially dismisses as "shoppy people" (19).
The blaze, in a flat above the Premier Lintmill Shoppy, was described as "well developed" and was suspected to have been started deliberately.
Tenders are invited for Proposed estimate for construction of bbm road including wbm road for widening from hon bungalow to mahapure super shoppy in prabhag no.
SHOPPY HORROR: Kevin and Brit; PILLOW FIGHT: Kev's totally Fed up; BED AND BORED: Britney's not happy
The blaze, which took hold in a flat above the Premier Lintmill Shoppy, was described as "well-developed".
just your ex-girlfriend grinding her teeth in the next boat SHOPPY WATERS Now be a sweetie and rub my back while I ring your Daddy with my order .