If Allgor had actually done a comparative study of how men and women peddled
, distribut ed, and called in favors, her argument would be more persuasive.
Morrows and Richard Brancato repped Rockrose while Darcy Stacom, executive director of Cushman & Wakefield, peddled
for the seller, Nissei, a joint venture of Equitable and Nippon Life.
Its quality varies widely, from "select clothing" sold in stores to piles of garments peddled
by vendors in outdoor markets.
He said Rama was a notorious drug pusher in the city who peddled
drugs from leased rooms in pension houses, inns and hotels.
Eschewing the traditional focus of economic history on one town or region, Fontaine reconstructs the economic activities of her merchant pedlars from account books and bankruptcy records and follows wherever they lead, even across national boundaries (Frenchmen peddled
in Spain; Scots in England, Scandinavia, and Poland).
If you're not bothered by some of the sex paraphernalia peddled
here, Faboo is a hot spot for some irreverent fun.
French Gazelles were billed as "the helicopter of the Gulf War," British Tornado fighters became "Gulf killers," and Grumman peddled
its Joint STARS system as "the eyes of the Storm.
Jim Tracy is as square as the cardboard boxes he once peddled
I strongly doubt that the residents of the San Fernando Valley would have supported tax increases to supplement our police force if they had been peddled
as a method to catch traffic violators.
The new line, named Slates, is being peddled
in an elaborate $20 million advertising and promotional campaign.