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fair

trade

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sell

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in the market for

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on the market

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giggled Alexander--"take the hand of your brother Pigling Bland, you must go to market.
The average length of haul from barn to market in the United States is nine and a half miles, so that every trip saved means an extra day's work for a man and team.
The need of a constantly expanding market for its products chases the bourgeoisie over the whole surface of the globe.
Who would have thought you would have been so silly,' said he, 'as to put an earthenware stall in the corner of the market, where everybody passes?
She did not discover the coincidence of the market with the fair till she had reached the place, by which time it was close upon dusk.
Wilson's voice, as he unfolded these devices of the dashing youth of Market Bumpstead, had taken on an animation quite unsuitable to a conscientious valet.
I mean by the powers of a magistrate, what should be his particular province, as the management of the finances or the laws of the state; for different magistrates have different powers, as that of the general of the army differs from the clerk of the market.
As the three were making their way through the crowds of marketers, camels, donkeys, and horses that filled the market place with a confusing babel of sounds, Abdul plucked at Tarzan's sleeve.
Many smaller holders followed suit, and yet never for a moment did the market waver.
We raced along after it, along the road towards Market Burnham.
We could do this easily enough by depressing the market and frightening the holders.
The Slot was an iron crack that ran along the centre of Market Street, and from the Slot arose the burr of the ceaseless, endless cable that was hitched at will to the cars it dragged up and down.
A Man and his son were once going with their Donkey to market.
Also, and with equal suddenness, the book disappeared from the market.
Suppose now that a husbandman, or an artisan, brings some production to market, and he comes at a time when there is no one to exchange with him,--is he to leave his calling and sit idle in the market-place?