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pedlar

‘one might say that a pedlar is one who trades as he travels as distinct from one who merely travels to trade.’ The significance is that a pedlar requires a pedlar's certificate but not a street trading licence.
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A spokesman for Cardiff council said: "The council is aware that a few English local authorities have chosen to introduce private Acts of Parliament, at a very substantial cost, to prevent pedlars trading in their city centre areas.
Most recently, Pedlar was a general manager for a manufacturer of surfacing materials, primarily in the architectural and institutional markets.
General manager Emma Dalton said: "We're delighted to welcome Kim Pedlar to the team, which marks a successful year of growth for the hotel.
BIRMINGHAM streets could be turned into a "free-forall for rogue traders" if laws governing pedlars are scrapped, councils bosses have warned.
The council fears the new rules will allow pedlars to be able to move around at will in the city centre, harming legitimate traders' business and potentially giving a negative impression to tourists.
The Pedlar is a more fleshed-out version of an earlier character portrayals of characters who often describe scenes of suffering in Wordsworth's poems, which are presented as serial encounters between a roving narrator and a stray denizen who just happen to appear before him.
Pedlar will oversee the operations of 1-800-Fly Cheap, D-FW Tours, and Diplomat Tours.
Fontaine begins by questioning the stereotype of the pedlar as a rootless, poverty-stricken migrant living on the verge of criminality.
THE image of Cardiff as one of the premier shopping locations will be damaged if proposals to relax the law on street pedlars are given the green light.
PROFESSIONAL beggars earning up to pounds 300 a day and street pedlars selling goods at vastly inflated prices are being targeted in a police crackdown.
The Manchester Bill would give us special powers to tackle the problem, limiting the activities of pedlars from trading house to house and enabling enforcement officers to seize pedlars' equipment and goods.