- n someone who visits stores in search of articles to buy
- n a commercial agent who shops at the competitor's store in order to compare their prices and merchandise with those of the store that employs her
- Dismount the shopper, free him of driving and parking worries, give him a modern version of the old town square, and the city will be born again.
- Burma's gentle, shrewd Premier U Nu, who has been touring the world's capitals from Peking to Washington like a kind of international comparison shopper, faced newsmen on his own.
- A woman shopper patronizing a fruit stand at the edge of the crowd was shot dead.
- Chris Bowen in The Age
Mr Bowen said the ACCC would conduct "the monitoring of developments relating to shopper-dockets as they arise, including any changes to the extent in the impact of shopper docket arrangements on competition".
- Bill Gates in Forbes
Bill Gates, director of distribution for golf club maker PING Inc., said: "Not every consumer is a bargain shopper."
- Matthew Broderick in AZ Central.com
Parker - who has a four-year-old son James with husband Matthew Broderick - said: "A couple of friends came over recently and they looked in my closet and said, 'Wow - you're right! You don't have a lot of clothes!' I'm not a shopper although I do...