Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of stationer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If they are not greatly concerned about the impact of their work on the welfare of haberdashers and stationers, that is not surprising.

    What Main Street Can Learn From the Mall

  • University, most likely -- out of the hands of the monastic scribes into those of the professional "stationers"; while great individual artists, such as Honoré, arise to provide for Royal and noble persons examples of art which stand as high to-day as when they were first produced.

    The Wanderings and Homes of Manuscripts Helps for Students of History, No. 17.

  • The "stationers" store was where kids went to get poster board and glue for school projects, too.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • Parcels and Paperie is a modern "stationers" in Eagle Ranch Village (right next to the fitness center on Sylvan Lake Road).

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • The "stationers" store was where kids went to get poster board and glue for school projects, too.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • Parcels and Paperie is a modern "stationers" in Eagle Ranch Village (right next to the fitness center on Sylvan Lake Road).

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • "stationers," to use the phrase of the day, diligently sought to decoy, on successive occasions, Richard Mivane out to the comparative solitudes of the hunting, the fishing, the cropping.

    The Frontiersmen

  • The updated versions, increasingly referred to by stationers as calling cards, differ from conventional business cards in that they provide as little information as possible: a name and a single contact number is common.

    Leaving the Right Impression

  • Small stationers—often with a digital background themselves—create pithy messages that capture the sensibility of the online community.

    Stationery's New Followers

  • The copyright war online and in politics and law will spread to the physical world as pirate 3D stationers take vehicles, furniture, cloths, electronics and weapons; even other 3D printers and replicate them in bulk.

    No country for young people: is this generation under strain?

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