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“Once one retailer goes early, the rest feel obligated to follow, and you have to wonder what gain there is for any of them," said Joel Bines , managing director of the global retail practice at consultancy AlixPartners.”
“After the second punt, Brown was tackled in the end zone for a safety by Blair Bines.”
“In hall room 213, Professor Bines is teaching about the American presidency.”
“She drilled Miss Bines in the rudiments of bridge.”
“I've done my utmost to convince her that Bines spoke in the way he did about Mrs. Wybert because he knew she was aware of those ridiculous tales of his mother's illiteracy.”
“So the old man and the young man made the round of the Bines properties.”
“Through the wide, unpaved streets, lined with their low wooden buildings, they drove to the Bines mansion, a landmark in the oldest and most fashionable part of the town.”
“Perhaps the term fits the family of Bines as well as might many another coined especially for it.”
“Miss Bines had been entertained by involuntary visions of herself as Lady Casselthorpe.”
“Grant, porter on the Bines car, told him the other car had been taken on at Kaslo Junction, and that it belonged to Rulon Shepler, the New York financier, who was aboard with a party of friends.”
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