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  • noun Plural form of marketing.


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  • She led a great grey ass betwixt two panniers, wherein she laded her marketings.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • Again he reports an increase in total household income, yet seems to acknowledge that this is irrelevant to the issues since it confounds income from farm product marketings, income from outside employment, and a significant income from federal subsidy payments.

    'Genes in the Food': An Exchange

  • However, no data were available regarding marketings in-shell, or the quantities remaining on the farms or in the orchards.

    Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 43rd Annual Meeting Rockport, Indiana, August 25, 26 and 27, 1952

  • Bareheaded and unkempt women gossiped in the doorways or passed back and forth with scant marketings in their arms.

    Chapter III

  • When she had helped the little untidy servant to clear away the breakfast things; when she had dusted their sitting-room and bedroom; when she had gone out and completed her minute marketings, she had nothing to do.

    The Creators A Comedy

  • Though abhorrence of snobbery and immunity from any taint of it was so fine a characteristic of public social life at Tilling, the expected passage of this distinguished visitor through the town on Saturday next became very speedily known, and before the wicker-baskets of the ladies in their morning marketings next day were half full, there was no quarter which the news had failed to reach.

    Miss Mapp

  • It was time (and indeed late) to set forth on morning marketings, and

    Miss Mapp

  • But the second of these disappointing replies contained the hope that they would meet at their marketings to-morrow morning, and though poor Miss Mapp was really getting very tired with these innumerable visits to the post-box, whether wet or fine, she set forth next morning with the hopes anyhow of finding out whether the Contessa had been to tea with Major Flint, or on what day she was going ....

    Miss Mapp

  • Bareheaded and unkempt women gossiped in the doorways or passed back and forth with scant marketings in their arms.

    The Cruise of the Dazzler


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