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  • noun Plural form of barterer.

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Examples

  • Surrounded by antique teller windows and sculptures, beneath the borough's collective heirloom pocket watch, Saturday's hawkers and barterers will haggle their way into a new chapter in the neighborhood's ever-revising history. egeminder@observer.com

    Brooklyn Flea Brings State of Mind, Artisanal Chocolates to One Hanson Place

  • This also gets at why we're not going to solve the whole problem by making individual patients into skilled barterers -- whether they're using chickens or not.

    Chickening out of problem solving

  • Before I get too carried away with the idea, I should ask: do barterers get to stay the same length of time as paying retreatants?

    Author! Author! » 2009 » June

  • One of the apparent barterers: TheStreet. com, a nifty financial Web site.

    The Gray Lady Goes Dot-Com

  • There had been just one or two crows at first, cawing like barterers until another two or three arrived by invitation, wings spreading wide, and then there were enough swooping in to cause a dispute among them.

    Their Dogs Came With Them

  • You could have blended in, but there was nobody -- out of all the vendors, barterers, and witch doctors -- that looked like Kumi.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • There they are, in abundance: the barterers of knickknacks; the hawkers of lucky lottery tickets. stock market coupons, T-shirts, watches, and purses with bootlegged designer logos.

    the secret sense

  • An arrow caromed off his gauntlet and embedded itself in the nearest gate, where the procession of Calnar barterers had just appeared.

    The Covenant of the Forge

  • With the gates thus secured open, the openers and the stoppers stood aside, awaiting the processional of traders and barterers who would follow the chieftain out onto the high terrace.

    The Covenant of the Forge

  • He would leave business to Cullom Ham-merstand and his barterers.

    The Covenant of the Forge

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