bookstore

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  • You do not get the book and the bookstore does not get your money.
  • For five of these years, she also worked part-time at an independent bookstore.
  • His father worked for a company, and his mother worked in a bookstore.
  • The city library services were originally provided out of the back of a bookstore.
  • As the market has moved online more and more, college bookstores have lost market share.
  • Many schools even take their students to help them purchase books from the school's bookstore.
  • For several years, he and his wife owned two local bookstores.
  • The first edition is currently available at local bookstores and at its website.
  • I find special mention of only two things, the horse-cars and the bookstores. Cited from The Promised Land, by Mary Antin
  • Students who look beyond the campus bookstore can typically find lower prices.
  • Though the bookstore introduced relatively few new authors, several important works were published in this period.
  • During the following two years he therefore worked as a bookstore and music shop clerk.
  • It quickly sold out its first print run, and a second was sent to bookstores.
  • You then go to a bookstore to get a new copy of the book.
  • These books are available in English-speaking countries and through online bookstores.
  • Used bookstores can range in size offering from several hundred to several hundred thousands of titles.
  • However, no company decided to acquire their rights, and work only followed in bookstores.
  • Instead, the book in typically found in the Business section of the bookstore.
  • The theme was extended to student facilities such as the student union and bookstore.
  • Each book contains two of the stories and are now available in all good bookstores in the UK.
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