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vendor
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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • Monsieur the Marquis, vendor of wine.
  • He looked to the spot where Defarge the vendor of wine had stood, a moment before; but the wretched father was grovelling on his face on the pavement in that spot, and the figure that stood beside him was the figure of a dark stout woman, knitting.
  • Ernest Defarge, wine-vendor of St. Antoine.
  • "Pick up that, philosopher and vendor of wine," said the Marquis, throwing him another gold coin, "and spend it as you will.

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  • My school is looking for a new vendor to provide food and service in the cafeteria.
  • But she came back with a bag of roasted chestnuts from a street vendor.
    Jerry Spinelli  --  Milkweed

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