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place of business


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. an establishment (a factory or an assembly plant or retail store or warehouse etc.) where business is conducted, goods are made or stored or processed or where services are rendered


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  • George Thomason was a London bookseller of the Civil War time; his place of business being the “Rose and Crown” in St. Paul's Churchyard.

    The Life of John Milton

  • “In the strong room in the basement at his place of business at Twenty-three, Horsecollar Yard, of this parish, on the twenty-eighth day of January in this year.”

    Flowers for the Judge

  • His place of business is just off the Nathan Road in Kowloon.

    Noble House

  • Roland Oberheim’s place of business was on La Brea, just south of Santa Monica Boulevard, a small two-story office building sided with herringbone cedar.

    Over the Edge

  • At the third such place of business -- dark, dismal, and so dispirited, the owners had not even bothered to maintain the electric bells behind the bar to warn of a raid, I poured my glass of so-called whisky onto the matted sawdust underfoot and said,

    The Beekeeper's Apprentice

  • Time passed on, and he had removed to Springfield and was practicing law, having his place of business in Dr. Henry's office.

    The Every-day Life of Abraham Lincoln

  • As used herein, the term “Mexican Entity” means any Person who, in the case of an individual, is a resident of or, in the case of an entity, has its principal place of business in the United Mexican States.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Mildred had said that Glinko's place of business was right behind the post office, and Qwilleran found only one building in that location: a garage — a greasy, shabby garage with a large door standing open.

    The Cat Who Went Underground


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