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HABERDASHER. A dealer in miscellaneous goods and merchandise.

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"Not only do we stock lots of wonderful haberdashery items, we have a vintage section selling original vintage clothing and items for the home.
floor: perfumery, stationery goods, wigs and haberdashery, food.
The ambience is that of a street-style homage to an era when women were dames and guys wore haberdashery. This is where L.A.'s cool kids come when they want to hang like grownups.
The minister revealed that the decision was prepared in coordination with the Ministry of Environment, as under it, the imported items of haberdashery and wastes of plastic and rubber will be removed from the list of hazardous wastes prohibited for import and from related lists.
The company offers a selection of high-end outdoor furniture from international vendors as well as its own proprietary line of furniture called Fifth and Shore and proprietary pillow line marketed under the Haberdashery brand name.
Based at The Valley Shopping Village, Evesham, the new store has its own coffee shop, and themed product sections including haberdashery, knitting, paper craft and art.
The fire is thought to have hit Porth-based DKS Trimmings Ltd factory, which makes haberdashery and is known locally as the button factory, on Monday afternoon as three fire crews were sent to the scene.
In 2008, the Oxford Street store, the first John Lewis store which opened in 1864, was awarded a British royal warrant as 'suppliers of haberdashery and household goods.'
Which is why the sudden revelation that we even had a "haberdashery cupboard" came as such a shock.
Textile artist Katherine Pentney - also known as The Canny Squirrel - will be running classes in free motion embroidery at Helen's Haberdashery on the High Street on Saturday.
"It's the Swiss army knife of dinosaur haberdashery," says Robert T.