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  • n. Plural form of e-shopper.

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Examples

  • Let us (and your fellow e-shoppers) know in the comments (below).

    Cyber Monday 2011: Where To Find The Best Sales And Deals

  • And 60 percent of e-shoppers report doing so in their pajamas.

    Xmas.Com

  • OK, e-shoppers, you say you're avoiding crowds and keeping out of the traffic.

    Real Men Don't Shop Online

  • The Netherlands and France, with 67 per cent and 64 per cent respectively, were also among the top e-shoppers.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Europeans shopping online

  • Bob Ligett C.apel Hill, N.C. Existing technology would make taxing e-shoppers much less onerous than your recent editorial implies.

    E-Commerce: Cultivating the

  • Despised by consumers and constitutional scholars alike, this new tax will hit e-shoppers within weeks.

    Return of the Web Tax

  • Stores on Taobao stopped taking orders or delivering goods at the beginning of this month, while other outlets cut off sales this week ahead of the weekend festivities - sparking panic for devoted e-shoppers.

    IOL Technology

  • Ultimately, he chose the latter, inevitably disappointing his e-shoppers and potentially losing their future business.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Interpol is warning e-shoppers of the illegal Internet pharmacies that take orders and payments with no guarantee the goods are safe or will even be delivered.

    Toronto Sun

  • Some of the most savvy Canadian e-shoppers plan on skipping the car trip across the border this "Black Friday" to score U.S. holiday shopping deals from the comfort of their own homes.

    Edmonton Sun

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