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Though he asked no one about it, reluctantly and with feigned indifference answered his friends' inquiries as to how the book was going, and did not even inquire of the booksellers how the book was selling, Sergey Ivanovitch was all on the alert, with strained attention, watching for the first impression his book would make in the world and in literature.
Everything goes by fours in that shop," cried a third; "the four nations, the four faculties, the four feasts, the four procurators, the four electors, the four booksellers.
Meanwhile, the sworn bookseller of the university, Master Andry Musnier, was inclining his ear to the furrier of the king's robes, Master Gilles Lecornu.
David Walker, special projects director of the American Booksellers Association (ABA), a nonprofit organization of about 1,800 independent bookstores, estimated that nearly a dozen of the 25 member booksellers in Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi were adversely affected by Katrina.
The Patriot Act allows federal investigators to search bookstore or library records without demonstrating probable cause, and prevents booksellers and librarians from telling anyone about the investigation.
Consumer service applications looking for booksellers would browse a registry to find the Internet addresses of available booksellers, then go to each of them and search for a particular book, or connect to all of the services, request pricing, and buy from the service that offered the best terms.
based online booksellers have been sued in the United Kingdom, the litigation may determine whether the U.
For a few booksellers, Allen's Net-plus-neighborhood vision seems to be coming true.
Dutton, co-owner with his wife, Judy, of Dutton's Books in Valley Village, was one of some 3,500 booksellers recently notified that Indianapolis-based Macmillan would no longer accept orders from retailers whose annual net purchases totaled less than $10,000.
has announced the sale of the former Duracell Research & Development facility in Tarrytown to American Booksellers Association.
Barnes & Noble's massive warehouse inventory is available in real-time, enabling its booksellers to order and confirm the availability of over one million titles at the click of a button.
Selling books on the street can be intimidating and confusing, yet it's a lucrative business for the aggressive and savvy, say authors and booksellers who play the game.
That's the official position of the American Booksellers Association, a trade association that represents about 3,500 booksellers nationwide, as articulated by its chief executive officer, Avin Mark Domnitz, in Publishers Weekly.
These stores represent the two sides of a war being waged nationwide between long-established independent booksellers and the superstore chains that are muscling into markets across the country.
Booksellers Can Now Receive Immediate Purchase Order Acknowledgments from Leading U.