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street trading

the selling, or exposing for sale, of articles on certain streets. It is an offence in both England and Scotland although under different legislation. A PEDLAR holding a certificate is exempted provided he is behaving as a pedlar and not as a street trader.
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Mr Sayers, whose family have been fruit and veg traders in the city for six generations, said: "I have never known in my experience as a street trader where a market is put next to a market.
STREET trader Kieran Kerr joined Minister Margaret Ritchie yesterday as she launched a plan to regenerate an area of Belfast.
Clifford is about four men separated in time but united in their ambitions to possess the Ides of March coin minted by Brutus in celebration of Julius Caesar's death: Marcus Brutus himself, a crusading knight of medieval Europe, an SS lieutenant of Hitler's, and a modern day Wall Street trader.
A street trader has been landed with a pounds 5,600 bill for selling fake toys and mobile phone accessories to unsuspecting customers.
Another asks a Wall Street trader, ``When the revolution comes, where will you hide?
It recounts the soul-searching that former Wall Street trader Winter Musgrave undergoes to save herself and ward off an Elemental.
She pointed to the successful case of street trader Matthew Reed, who argued the use of Arsenal's club crest was "a badge of allegiance" and not a deliberate breach of the Trademark Act.
Last month, it decided the street trader had infringed Arsenal FC's registered trade marks, and ruled that the essential function of a trade mark was to guarantee the genuine origin of goods or services.
com) was founded to pioneer the online stock trading industry by offering low cost commission fees of $3 -$1 per trade and bridging the gap between the Wall Street trader and the Main Street consumer.
A STREET trader denied being part of a plot to import 40 tonnes of cocaine from South America to Liverpool.
He has been working as a street trader in Rochdale and has now submitted an application to Kirklees Licensing.
To their rescue is former Wall Street trader Barbara Kavolt.