- n. an establishment (a factory or an assembly plant or retail store or warehouse etc.) where business is conducted, goods are made or stored or processed or where services are rendered
“George Thomason was a London bookseller of the Civil War time; his place of business being the “Rose and Crown” in St. Paul's Churchyard.”
““In the strong room in the basement at his place of business at Twenty-three, Horsecollar Yard, of this parish, on the twenty-eighth day of January in this year.””
“His place of business is just off the Nathan Road in Kowloon.”
“Roland Oberheim’s place of business was on La Brea, just south of Santa Monica Boulevard, a small two-story office building sided with herringbone cedar.”
“At the third such place of business -- dark, dismal, and so dispirited, the owners had not even bothered to maintain the electric bells behind the bar to warn of a raid, I poured my glass of so-called whisky onto the matted sawdust underfoot and said,”
“Time passed on, and he had removed to Springfield and was practicing law, having his place of business in Dr. Henry's office.”
“As used herein, the term “Mexican Entity” means any Person who, in the case of an individual, is a resident of or, in the case of an entity, has its principal place of business in the United Mexican States.”
“Mildred had said that Glinko's place of business was right behind the post office, and Qwilleran found only one building in that location: a garage — a greasy, shabby garage with a large door standing open.”
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