American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sears, Richard Warren 1863-1914. American merchant who founded (1886) the mail-order business that became Sears, Roebuck and Company.
“S = sears (I am impressed that Sears is able to beat second-place Skype; 2004 winner Spybot is gone)”
“Analysts say that in the short term Sears will survive, but credit actions usually lead to more credit actions.”
“I read that the “Zone” diet by Barry Sears is really good for helping diabetics (again, not sure which type) either stay off the insulin or minimize shots needed.”
“The 54-year-old Sears is overseas this week speaking on behalf of the group.”
“This is a far cry from everything in Sears being made in the U.S.A.”
“Fortunately, there are several restaurants in The Cuernavaca Mall where Sears is located, and we would go have lunch or coffee for a couple of hours if we had no other business to do at Sears and then go back to Sears to sign the final purchase papers.”
“Sears is beckoning buyers with its "Black Friday Now Sale," which also kicks off today and runs every Friday and Saturday until Nov. 20.”
“Sears is sending letters to owners on record with additional information on scheduling an inspection and repair. —”
“After K-Mart fell off the map, all focus has been on Sears, which is now known as the Sears Holdings Corporation.”
“We would like to mention, however, that at one point Lampert announces that Sears is hiring — - so if you're a CEO with experience turning companies around ...”
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