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a purchase negotiated by mail

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The new company will manage the Internet mail-order business on Livedoor's portal after starting operations.
By the time he retired Jorndt's prediction about the growth of the mail-order business had proved well founded.
Whether the fabrics are meant to pique the consumer's interest in the retailer's stores such as with Laura Ashley's Home book and to some extent the Calico Corner catalogs, or to generate strictly mail-order business, fabrics are being used to allure.
If there's no mail-order business, the odds of finding my favorite wines in a Virginia ABC store are virtually zero.
And in the process has made a small fortune in the mail-order business.
The Institute pointed out that the decis beyond the borders of North Dakota and far beyond the duty of a large mail-order business to collect sales.
Dahl, whose main research interest lies in conserving seed strains cultivated by Native Americans, says he plans to set up a mail-order business to sell smut -- the edible type, that is.
The services are offered to customers from the KarstadtQuelle Group as well as external customers, including Mail-Order Business, Department Stores, Wholesales and Specialty Stores.
Bonsall already has a mail-order business, shipping to nearly 100 regular customers as far away as Ohio and Washington, D.
Initially begun in 1984, the company's mail-order business was ramped up in 1991 with the establishment of its subsidiary company, Walgreens Healthcare Plus Inc.
5 billion music market by launching a mail-order business.
Discount Drugs of Canada is one such Florida-based Internet and mail-order business that has been threatened with criminal charges and warned that their stores could be shut down, according to The Associated Press.
They had been highly successful for decades in the mail-order business.