A few weeks ago, I took my Chrysler in to the Chrysler dealer here in northern Michigan—and the latest fixes cost me $1,400.
Panagopulos would say only that the writings were offered to him by a dealer.
The quality of pot that dealer would bring around would never have had so many seeds in it.
His first purchase, according to the agent, was two six-ounce tear gas grenades from an Internet dealer in Maryland on May 10.
Antique purchases would be marked up by 20 to 30 percent, sometimes with the knowledge of the dealer, and the extra money split.
dealer selling schemes based on points have also been found helpful in promoting sales.
They went into the dining-room, and the dealer called for coffee at once.
He replied that he resided on the French Broad, and was a dealer in ginseng.
The dealer had lost patience and had sent for the picture; the van told the story.
He was therefore apprenticed to an importer of British goods and a dealer in everything, at Salem, on October 14, 1766.
Old English dælere "divider, distributor; agent, negotiator," agent noun from deal (v.). Meaning "player who passes out the cards in a game" is from c.1600; meaning "one who deals in merchandise" is from 1610s. Illegal drug sense is recorded by 1920.