- n. Plural form of vendor.
“Who, by name, at the RNC paid this company, was the RNC staffer aware at all of what this company was doing, how high up in the RNC did this knowledge go, and what other vendors is the RNC working with who might be committing the same fraud?”
“I think what troubles HP and other hardware vendors is the scalability that distributed computing provides.”
“No doubt they will use it to lean on certain vendors when they want to get rid of them.”
“HTML5, which updates the HTML specification to accommodate modern Web applications, has gained a lot of adherents in vendors like Microsoft, Google, and Apple.”
“Certain vendors were also much more responsive to fixing problems.”
“In fact, that marketplace where McCain and his mush-mouthed Senate shouder-parrot Lindsey Graham visited and rooked the vendors is now absolutely off-limits for U.S. personnel — flak-jacketed, bodyguarded and Blackhawk-hovered or not.”
“She wanted even more details than the cops, data on everyone in Manhattan Aesthetics and information on Ida and Ingvild, our housekeeper, Bernadine Pietrowicz, plus people she called vendors, everybody from the guys who picked up the garbage to the plumber.”
“I do remember that certain vendors in NYC actually installed pay telephones in their stores, so people could shop in person, then phone in their order for shipment … —”
“Today our ability to influence vendors is very limited.”
“Getting all of our products to Bramble Berry (in Washington state!) from our different vendors is a bigger chunk of money every year as well.”
Looking for tweets for vendors.