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  • n. A person who works in a shop; a shop assistant


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  • The allegations spread, enraging Syrians including the shopworker in Homs, Syria's third-largest city.

    In Syria, Accounts of Widening Torture

  • HOMS, Syria—A Syrian shopworker limped to a chair, removed his shirt and revealed three bright red scars: Cut several times with a scalpel in what he believes was a Syrian military hospital, he says, he was stitched up without anesthetic, then hit on the wounds.

    In Syria, Accounts of Widening Torture

  • My late father was an unskilled engineer, my late mother was a shopworker.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • Allyson O'Brien, a shopworker in Badgers Menswear, the clothes store beneath his constituency office, was ready and waiting.

    Coalition's first 100 days: From a sunny Witney to bleak Sheffield

  • It was an ordinary snap by a seaside photographer of a young woman, tolerably pretty, a servant or perhaps a shopworker, Carmichael would have guessed from her clothes and hair.


  • Later, he meets a shopworker Eri Fukatsu whom he takes to an hotel for sex but finds himself unable to forget.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • £42,000 Housing and other benefits wrongly claimed by Stoke-on-Trent shopworker who failed to declare she had married in 2003, for which she has just been jailed for 18 months.

    Army Rumour Service

  • The same gun had also been used in the murder of an innocent shopworker, Jason Egan, outside his family's store in Ladyswell Road, Parlickstown, Mulhuddart. - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • A shopworker is reflected in the screen of an iPad tablet computer at an Apple store while demonstrating the device during its UK launch in central London May 28, 2010.

    Reuters: Top News

  • The most interesting scene, though, features shopworker/musician Ashley (Lorraine Pilkington) encountering a creepy businessman who makes a pass at her on a street corner.



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