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They looked at silent, deserted booths where newspapers and books had once been vended; an ancient bootery; a weapon shop (the gunslinger, with a sudden burst of excitement, saw revolvers and rifles; closer inspection showed that their barrels had been filled with lead; he did, however, pick out a bow, which he slung over his back, and a quiver of almost useless, badly weighted arrows); a women's apparel shop.
Hmm - We can wrap your feet so that a pair will stay on long enough to get you to a bootery. \par
Printery (for printing-office) appeared very early, and in late years it has been reinforced by many analogues, e. g., beanery, bootery, boozery, toggery.
Five hundred good reasons allowed, and had long allowed, free bootery to flourish in American seas.
Their financial free bootery couldn’t have happened without a huge policy change that Summers and another Obama advisor Robert Rubin engineered during the Clinton years.
I first encountered the machine at Northport Clothiers in Fargo, a men’s “toggery” – there’s a word that’s gone the way of “bootery” – my father frequented for his sartorial needs.