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- n. sports equipment sold as a commodity
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Papa sent his to Griffin & Howe, the gunsmithing subsidiary of the great New York sporting goods store, Abercrombie & Fitch.
HeavyHands are still on the market www.heavyhandsfitness.com, and other brands of hand weights are available in sporting goods stores.
But when I got home, my dad told me he had some good news: The Montgomery Ward Company had just decided to open a store in Dixon and was looking for someone who had been prominent in local high school sports to manage the sporting goods department.
Simple pedometers can be found in any sporting goods store.
In 1980 Sabritas set up a sporting goods division in Mexico with the idea of importing partially finished goods, finishing them locally, and reexporting them to the United States.
Since Wilson Sporting Goods was another PepsiCo affiliate in the United States and since most sporting goods available in Mexico were imported, the government encouraged Sabritas to enter this field to serve the local market and to generate export earnings.
Even as he moved to save the frog, Mr. Slip - pery melted part of his attention into a data line that fed a sporting goods store in Montreal.