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GENERAL MERCHANDISE LIQUIDATORS
DEPARTMENT STORE SIZE
DUTCH RETAILER
YAOHAN
LOTTE DEPARTMENT STORE
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DEPARTMENT STORE CHAINS
PARIS
OPERATING
JOB
CONCEPT
ARTICLE
PERIOD
TYPE
BERLIN
CLOSEOUTS
CLOTHING
FLORIDA
FASHION MODEL
FIRST TEST
HOTEL
SHOPPING MALL
SANTA CLAUS
FIRST THING
HOME FURNISHINGS
TELESCOPES
TELESCOPE
BUSINESS
LONDON
UNITED STATES
GERMANY
MINNEAPOLIS
LIQUIDATION
SUPERMARKET
STORE
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DEPARTMENT STORE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Department Store"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A department store is a retail establishment which specializes in selling a wide range of products without a single predominant merchandise line.
  2. Department store is a retail store that sells a wide variety of goods.
  3. The department store created several of North America's first large businesses.
  4. Lotte Department Store is one of Korea's leading department store. (Web site)

General Merchandise Liquidators

  1. Department store and general merchandise liquidators.

Department Store Size

  1. Peter Jones in Sloane Square had grown to department store size by 1890. (Web site)

Dutch Retailer

  1. In 1932, Vroom & Dreesmann, a Dutch retailer built a department store at Verwulft.

Yaohan

  1. A department store in Macao is operated under the trading name New Yaohan (新八佰伴).

Lotte Department Store

  1. For example, there is the Lotte Department Store and Shinsegae Department Store and other shopping malls like U-too Zone, Myeong-dong Migliore and Avatar. (Web site)

Discount Department Store

  1. Discount department store A typical Wal-Mart discount department store. (Web site)

Department Store Chains

  1. Hyundai Department Store, together with Lotte Department Store and Shinsegae, is one of the three major department store chains in South Korea. (Web site)

Paris

  1. For the best (free) view in Paris, visit La Samaritaine, a department store located near the Pont Neuf Metro stop.
  2. La Samaritaine is a large department store in Paris, France.
  3. The oldest department store in France (and maybe in the world) is still Le Bon Marché in Paris. (Web site)

Operating

  1. A department store in Macau is operating under the trading name New Yaohan (新八佰伴). (Web site)

Job

  1. Once again Charlie attempts to integrate himself into the modern system, this time by taking a job as a nightwatchman in a department store. (Web site)

Concept

  1. The Carrefour group pioneered the concept of a hypermarket[ dubious – discuss], a large supermarket and a department store under the same roof.

Article

  1. Discount department store It has been suggested that this section be split into a new article entitled Discount store.

Period

  1. During the period from the 1950s to the late- 1980s, discount stores were more popular than the average supermarket or department store. (Web site)

Type

  1. A discount store is a type of department store, which sell products at prices lower than those asked by traditional retail outlets.

Berlin

  1. Kaufhaus des Westens (commonly abbreviated KaDeWe) is a very large department store in the city of Berlin. (Web site)

Closeouts

  1. Department store returns, salvage, closeouts, overstocks, distressed, and surplus goods.
  2. Liquidation merchandise, department store returns and closeouts at by the lot, pallet and truckload.
  3. Department store liquidations and closeouts such as electronics, apparel, housewares, linens, and toys.

Clothing

  1. Academic department A department store is a retail store that includes many specialized departments such as clothing or household items. (Web site)
  2. Clothing, electronics, and other department store liquidations and overstock.

Florida

  1. An authentic data set from a department store in Florida was used for the research.

Fashion Model

  1. Inez Kennedy, a fashion model in a department store, has just one season remaining to find a wealthy husband before she must return to the Midwest.

First Test

  1. That $US50 "Professional Telescope" you see on sale on eBay (or at a department store for $US75 or more) will not pass this first test. (Web site)

Hotel

  1. Lotte World itself is a small city where you can find not only a theme park, but also a department store, a hotel and a sports center.
  2. The Harrods department store in Knightsbridge is a mile from the hotel, as is the Royal Albert Hall concert venue.
  3. Wangfujing Department Store and Sun Dong An Plaza are major tourist sites proximate to the hotel.

Shopping Mall

  1. Staines is a major shopping town with numerous restaurants, cinema complex, shopping Mall and a department store.

Santa Claus

  1. Santa's Grotto is usually an area set up in a department store at Christmas for an actor dressed as Santa Claus to distribute gifts to children. (Web site)

First Thing

  1. Read basic telescope guides and, frequently, the first thing mentioned will be that if it's in a department store, it's rubbish. (Web site)

Home Furnishings

  1. In addition to groceries, Daiei is also a department store, selling electronics, home furnishings, and clothes.

Telescopes

  1. One should also realize that the pretty color pictures on the boxes of department store telescopes are not what to expect in the telescope’s eyepiece.
  2. Often, manufacturers of "cheap, department store" telescopes will display "200x power or more" on the boxes of their products.

Telescope

  1. If you are interested enough in astronomy to be reading this article let it be emphasized here, avoid any telescope sold at any department store.
  2. I hadn't owned a telescope since I received one of those department store telescopes for Christmas as a kid many years prior.

Business

  1. By 1867 it consisted of 17 departments and by 1890 it was operating in a purposely built department store and had over 6,000 staff employed in the business.

London

  1. The business was founded in 1864 when John Lewis set up a draper's shop in Oxford Street, London, which developed into a department store. (Web site)
  2. Peter Jones (department store), located in London This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same personal name.
  3. The Harrods bombing was a car bombing that occurred at Harrods department store in London on 17 December 1983.

United States

  1. Woolco was a discount retail department store chain that operated in the United States and Canada. (Web site)

Germany

  1. One of the most famous department stores in Germany is the Kaufhaus des Westens (German for department store of the west) which is located in Berlin. (Web site)

Minneapolis

  1. Tammy Faye worked in a boutique for a time while Jim found work in a restaurant inside a department store in Minneapolis. (Web site)

Liquidation

  1. Liquidation of department store returns and salvage merchandise.

Supermarket

  1. When consumers purchase goods, they usually buy them from a retail establishment such as a supermarket, department store, gas station, or hardware store. (Web site)

Store

  1. John Lewis have a department store in the Cressex area of Wycombe, near the M40. The store does not stock clothing - only household goods and furnishings.

Stores

  1. These stores typically work on a 35 to 38 percent markup compared to 42.5 to 45 percent for a department store. (Web site)
  2. Belk is currently the largest privately held department store chain in the United States,[1] with its stores primarily located in the Southern United States.
  3. The British department store, Debenhams, purchased the Roches Stores chain in 2006, closed two stores and rebranded the others. (Web site)

Department Store

  1. In commerce, a hypermarket is a superstore which combines a supermarket and a department store.
  2. In the United States, a superstore is usually a type of department store, equivalent to the European term hypermarket.
  3. In many cases, Big Lots uses an existing building such as a grocery or department store that had either moved or ceased operations. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Stores
  2. Society > Organizations > Companies > Supermarket
  3. Liquidation
  4. Home Furnishings
  5. Disambiguation Page Lists Articles Associated
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