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“Ohio is unfortunately known as a one-stop-shop for exotic animals purchases and until Gov.”
“The argument against Lazard, which even then was something more than a boutique, was that it would eventually lose out against the marriage of financing and advice that the large, one-stop-shop firms and banks convergence was already occurring were beginning to marshal.”
“So the question is, in a typically one-stop-shop market, can Dunhill cast this wider net and have it translate to more clients?”
“In a world where parents are feeling overwhelmed and under-informed, Great Schools is the closest thing to a one-stop-shop out there.”
“Integrating the now profitable Alitalia more fully with Air France-KLM might yield more savings and boost sales by creating a bigger one-stop-shop for corporate customers and tour-operators.”
“They also have an extensive online bookstore, making it a one-stop-shop to fill all your literary and philanthropic urges.”
“Meanwhile, GuideStar India's website is a one-stop-shop to look up financial statements, annual reports and in some cases tax returns of more than 1,000 non-profits.”
“For all the latest iPhone rumors, make sure you check back here often at your one-stop-shop for all things Apple, NAME OF YOUR TECHNOLOGICALLY-LEANING BLOG SITE.”
“Here's your one-stop-shop for information and advice on how to cope should the worst happen.”
“Her goal is to "create a one-stop-shop for empowerment," showing "once you understand the issues and what the challenges are, you know where you can go to make a difference.”
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