from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A franchise to sell specified items in a certain area.
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- n. A place that sells items, especially cars.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a business established or operated under an authorization to sell or distribute a company's goods or services in a particular area
In Mexico, the owner's original receipt from the dealership is the proof of ownership.
That is within dealership shutdowns, factory closures and personnel changes.
Burt recently retired from his successful coin dealership, Camino Coins.
Maybe the dealership is just sending people out with handfuls of these things targeting Chrysler vehicles in parking lots.
A new dealership is just window dressing and a short term bandaid. gramma61
The dealership is having difficulty in locating the names of the owners of the vandalized vehicles.
Brazil's benchmark stock index rose more than 500%, and Lamborghini opened its only Latin American dealership in S ã o Paulo.
Sit-down-and-shut-up "Christian" Ford dealership is run by a non-church attendee who is sorry about the ad
Conversational exchange between myself and an old timer salesman, standing by the door, as we watch a frisky newby salesman leap over the front railing to "up" (greet) some new customers that walked on to the dealership from the sidewalk:
At 75 years, I believe we are the second oldest family-owned rare coin dealership in the United States.
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