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levy
used in In the Unlikely Event

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Definition
a charge imposed
  • Underwear was what Miri and Suzanne bought at Levy Brothers, one of two department stores on Broad Street.
    p. 9.5
  • Inside, it was busy with holiday shoppers but not overwhelming the way it would be at Levy's or Goerke's, the other downtown department store.
    p. 9.9
  • The only yellow Cadillac she knew of belonged to one of the Levy brothers, who owned the department store on Broad Street.
    p. 151.6
  • The manicurist was polishing the nails of a lady Miri thought she recognized from the junior department at Levy Brothers.
    p. 231.1
  • On May 8 news spread that another plane had crashed in Elizabeth, smashing into Levy Brothers department store.
    p. 389.8
  • She thought of the lady who worked in the teen department at Levy Brothers, the one who was having her nails done the morning Mr. Roman gave Miri her Elizabeth Taylor haircut.
    p. 390.0

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