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Synonyms for pedlar

someone who travels about selling his wares (as on the streets or at carnivals)

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On reaching this point, the pedlar no longer saw the man on horseback, but found himself at the head of the village street, not far from a number of stores and two taverns, clustered round the meeting-house steeple.
The pedlar had never pretended to more courage than befits a man of peaceful occupation, nor could he account for his valor on this awful emergency.
Higginbotham took the pedlar into high favor, sanctioned his addresses to the pretty schoolmistress, and settled his whole property on their children, allowing themselves the interest.
Pedlars need a PS12 pedlar's certificate bought from the police.
Chromaflo Technologies also recently appointed Wayne Pedlar to lead manufacturing for its Ashtabula location.
THE Best Western Plus Maldron Hotel Cardiff has appointed Kim Pedlar as its sales and marketing executive.
Sajeela Naseer, head of the team, said: "We believe that the current requirement for pedlar certification acts as a deterrent to illegitimate traders as it enables the police and consumers to challenge these traders on their doorsteps or in the streets.
The BIS proposals also suggest removing the requirement that the minimum age of a pedlar should be 17.
This provocation is also, importantly, an invocation coming from the mouth of a passing Pedlar to an unknown narrator who stops for a rest at the very spot the heroine, Margaret's cottage once stood.
Travel Services International (Nasdaq: TRVL), a subsidiary of Airtours plc, is pleased to announce the appointment of William Pedlar to the position of President of the Company's Air Division.
By rethinking the traditional techniques, categories and, assumptions of the Annales school, Laurence Fontaine of France's CNRS has produced a pathbreaking work which moves a hitherto neglected social type, the supposedly "marginal" pedlar, to the center of early modern European economic, social, and cultural history.
Pedlar is located 120 km south of Dawson City and comprises 36 claims.
There are worries over the relaxation of street pedlar laws
CAUGHT OUT: A pedlar is snared by police in an operation in Cardiff
Pedlars and the popular press; itinerant distribution networks in England and the Netherlands 1600-1850.