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bazaar

buh zor

  • n  a shop where a variety of goods are sold
  • n  a street of small shops (especially in Orient)
  • n  a sale of miscellany; often for charity
    the church bazaar

  • The bazaar is a central institution in Iranian life.
  • EHSAN KHOSRAVI AFP Getty In the capital, the main bazaar is located smack in the middle of the city, between the wealthy to the north and the poorer southern neighborhoods .
  • The merchants in the bazaar curl their lips and mutter, but they know they have to find some way of accommodating themselves to their new rulers--as their ancestors did so many .
News & Articles

  • Saratoga 150 continues with ‘Bizarre Bazaar’
    SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Bizarre Bazaar, a Saratoga 150 event, is a unique sale of previously owned treasures to benefit the Race Track Chaplaincy of New York.
    June 14, 2013 - The Saratogian
  • Saratoga 150 continues with ‘Bizarre Bazaar’
    SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Bizarre Bazaar, a Saratoga 150 event, is a unique sale of previously owned treasures to benefit the Race Track Chaplaincy of New York. 
    June 13, 2013 - The Saratogian
  • Poorly Paid Interns Sue Condé Nast
    Following the big Black Swan unpaid intern win yesterday, former interns at Condé Nast have sued the magazine publisher for back wages. Matthew Leib a former New Yorker intern and Lauren Ballinger, who worked at W Magazine are represented by the same lawyers in both the Black Swan suit against Fox Entertainment and former interns at Hearst's Harpers' Bazaar and Cosmopolitan. The Hearst suit is ...
    June 13, 2013 - The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Terry Leahy in Reuters India
    Our agreement will enable us to share our international retail expertise, supporting Trent in the development of their Star Bazaar hypermarket business and benefiting Indian consumers,Leahy said.
  • Bob Shacochis in Youngstown Vindicator
    Everything opened up after 'The Great Railway Bazaar,' says Shacochis, citing the rise of inexpensive airfare and the end of the Vietnam War as catalysts for international travel. "And Theroux happened to be there at the start, saying, 'I'm...
  • Sergei Ivanov in Kyiv Post
    But, asked whether Russia would take concrete steps to signal its readiness to work with the United States, Ivanov said: "It is not an oriental bazaar and we do not trade the way people do in a bazaar."

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