chain stores

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  • Others produce a somewhat better hat, such as is sold by chain stores. Cited from Men's Sewed Straw Hats, by United States Tariff Commission
  • It's the chain store representatives, who want to increase their offer.
  • Even those who know better play the so-called chain store game in an irrational manner.
  • Many chain stores refused to sell the album in their stores because of the cover.
  • However, after the construction of three fast food chain stores, the project collapsed.
  • There are many small businesses in this street, with a couple of chain stores.
  • The route was also a foundation for many chain stores back in the 1920s.
  • Several chain stores have closed their branches a large number of empty shops can be seen again.
  • These share a mix of small chain stores and independent companies.
  • The main shopping facilities are located there, including family-owned businesses and some chain stores.
  • The book was generally unavailable in the larger chain stores, except by special order.
  • The chain's stores are in urban areas and close to their core business customers.
  • The High Street is full of independent and chain stores.
  • By the 1930s, chain stores had come of age, and stopped increasing their total market share.
  • Businesses were able to operate over wide areas and chain stores arose.
  • Currently, however, there exist a unique collection of various local businesses and very few, if any, chain stores.
  • They may work for large department stores, chain stores or smaller boutiques.
  • The town centre was regenerated and attracted a growing number of high street chain stores.
  • Records are generally sold through specialist shops, although some big chain stores also have record departments.
  • As major chain stores closed, local businesses moved in to take advantage of lower rents.
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