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WHOLESALE. To sell by wholesale, is to sell by large parcels, generally in original packages, and not by retail. (q.v.)

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Even today, numerous wholesalers are setting up Web sites with the ability to receive a loan file via the more popular origination systems (Contour, Genesis and Calyx).
"The Confex wholesaler has always been focused on service and so the diversification of their product range is symbiotic with their customer demand.'' Last week The Grocer reported that NBC had officially started trading with its first six members, who are all former Confex wholesalers.
The "Non-Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers Global Market Report 2019" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The first option was that wholesalers could sell the undesignated liquor in the existing method.
Following the rift between wholesalers and retailers, Karachiites were facing acute shortage of milk because mostly milk shops were closed as protest while few shops are selling the commodity but at high prices.
Two groups of milk retailers on Tuesday decided to suspend procurement of milk from the wholesalers to protest the increase of Rs12 per litre by them from March 1.
The new website features two databases; Small Business Wholesalers and Personal Use Wholesalers.
Companies on this year's Convenience Store News Top Wholesalers ranking reached sales of $65.8 billion during their last fiscal year.
In comparison, 59 percent of advisors rate mutual fund external wholesalers' understanding of an advisor's book of business as "excellent" or "good." The advisor satisfaction rate with external wholesalers' ability to recommend suitable product is 62 percent.
When I talk to other business lawyers about the beer industry I often find myself describing the relationship between brewers and wholesalers as a marriage.