salesclerk


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It came to him when he was shopping for things he needed, when he was walking toward the store and talking to the salesclerk there; it came to him when he was startled by the face of a passerby, when he gazed at the darkened leaves and shrubs .
Finally, another salesclerk found the gadget in stock at the Northridge store, and Garcia set off to buy it.
Illinois minors under 16 years may not sell tobacco in any of its forms at any retail establishment selling tobacco products, unless the establishment is a family-owned business and the salesclerk is the son or daughter of the owner.
In one case, a Nebraska woman received a $29,000 damage award because a salesclerk who had been working at the store for only a month failed to ring up both pieces of a two-piece outfit purchased by the shopper.
I asked the pretty young salesclerk, who was absently flipping through a magazine.
But the duplication control is difficult for elderly people to understand,'' said a salesclerk.
In the end, Billy Bean resolves his wardrobe crisis at A|X Armani Exchange, where a helpful gay salesclerk steers him toward a short-sleeved collared shirt in powder blue.
4) So it was possible for the Benetton salesclerk to see Williams as markedly other than an abstract arm's-length transactor because American culture overdetermines her as black, just as it does the countless other black Americans it casts, according to Regina Austin, as "potential shoplifters, thieves, or deadbeats" (5) whenever we try to enter retail markets on an equal footing with whites.
Voting with constraints such as those imposed by HB 2825 is like buying a car from a pushy salesclerk.
When a salesclerk at the local mall offers him cash to get back at a rude customer, he takes it eagerly, follows the woman into the parking lot, and intimidates her by hissing "caveat emptor" at her.
Blaming the INS for the sniper deaths makes no more sense than blaming a highway patrol officer who lets a motorist with an expired car registration get back behind the wheel if, five miles down the road, that motorist holds up a convenience store and kills the salesclerk.
As noted in Appendix A, the attribute areas are service-general, salesclerk service, presence of self-service, ease of the merchandise return, delivery service, and credit policies of the store.
A tall, skinny salesclerk in a black suit and bow tie sidled up to them.
The traveller's changes in occupations are also numerous and include the roles of a book-peddler, a salesclerk, a co-author of science fiction and of an opponent at a thesis defence.
Service: Despite the nearby location of the customer service department, not a single salesclerk was seen at the end of the day.