Bazaar Exchange and Mart and Journal of the Household

Bazaar Exchange and Mart  and Journal of the Household

He sent the gun to the ShootAdvertisements . The following are the charges and
ing Editor of The Bazaar , and in consefor advertisements in our regular issues :
quence of his report he refused to accept Private Advertisements prepaid ...

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Order at the Bazaar

Order at the Bazaar

Variations of order in a new market context -- Changing meaning of bazaar trade in Central Asia -- Organizing collectively : founding a trade union at Dordoi Bazaar -- Adapting to bazaar ownership : business as diplomacy -- Centralizing to ...

Author: Regine A. Spector

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9781501709746

Category: Business & Economics

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Variations of order in a new market context -- Changing meaning of bazaar trade in Central Asia -- Organizing collectively : founding a trade union at Dordoi Bazaar -- Adapting to bazaar ownership : business as diplomacy -- Centralizing to modernize : municipal law and order at Osh Bazaar -- Becoming elders : local authority and trader perspectives -- Local orders in post-Soviet bazaars and beyond
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Miscellaneous Poems Contributed by the Authors for the Bazaar in Aid of the Building Fund of the Longsight Literary and Mechanics Institution Manchester March 1 1859

Miscellaneous Poems Contributed by the Authors for the Bazaar in Aid of the Building Fund of the Longsight Literary and Mechanics Institution  Manchester  March 1  1859

ON A COPY OF HAKLUYT ' S “ VOYAGES . ” I hear him swear , with beating heart
, and eager burning lip , That yet upon that unknown sea should sail an English
ship ; And nobly was the oath fulfilled — he sailed the world around , And , on a ...

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The Bazaar Exchange and Mart and Journal of the Household

The Bazaar  Exchange and Mart  and Journal of the Household

Warrhangraud Hart , CIF Bazaar , Journal of the Houspljold . Published Every
Monday , Wednesday , and Friday . Established ] PRICE 2d . [ . Registered us Co
W E on HO points To D ONTENTS . - The plan of ORKSHOP . - Every XCHANGE
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Mrs Pepperpot at the Bazaar

Mrs Pepperpot at the Bazaar

Mrs Pepperpot shrinks and makes herself a prize at a bazaar.

Author: Alf Proysen

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781849418676

Category: Bazaars (Charities)

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A classic Mrs. Pepperpot story, specially abridged for younger readers, completed with beautiful illustrations Mrs. Pepperpot has a problem—a huge problem—she shrinks! And when she shrinks she finds herself in all sorts of trouble. Mrs. Pepperpot has promised to make gingerbread for the school bazaar, but things get a bit tricky when she shrinks and is trapped under the mixing bowl! But that doesn't stop her going, and the three stuck-up ladies who mocked her gingerbread get more than they bargained for!
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A Blonde in the Bazaar

A Blonde in the Bazaar

A Blonde in the Bazaar is a richly humorous and vivid account and speaks eloquently and delightfully of Jill Worrall's love for a country often badly misunderstood in the West (especially since September 11).

Author: Jill Worrall

Publisher: New Holland Publishers (Nz) Limited

ISBN: 1869660307

Category: Pakistan

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Few Western women know Pakistan as Jill Worrall does. Since her first visit over 16 years ago she has become deeply attached to this fascinating but trouble-torn land. Almost always in the company of Pakistani Mujahid Ali Khan, with whom she has a close but sometimes combustible working relationship, she has been the special guest at a wedding in the Shangri-La setting of Hunza, spent a week riding a camel through the remote Baluchistan Desert, become a fan of Pakistan's Lollywood movies, and floated in a boat down the Indus. She has travelled under armed guard to the legendary Khyber Pass and retraced the steps of Buddhist pilgrims and traders along one of the ancient silk routes. A Blonde in the Bazaar is a richly humorous and vivid account and speaks eloquently and delightfully of Jill Worrall's love for a country often badly misunderstood in the West (especially since September 11). It offers a unique insight into Pakistan's cultures, superb scenery, fascinating history and hospitable and passionate people.
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Annals of Cleveland

Annals of Cleveland

1 TO DEC . 31 , 1866 Abstracts 376 - 381 CHURCHES & SECTS - Episcopal (
Cont'd ) 376 - L Dec. 5 : 4/3 A bazaar will open at Garrett's hall Dec. 10 and will
continue for five successive days and evenings . The bazaar is for the benefit of
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Harper s Bazaar

Harper s Bazaar

It is designed to per's Bazar . These Patterns are GRADED TO FIT ANY OF
VENICE . Edited , with Notes , by W.J. ROLFE , be the Best PLATE OF FLOWERS
ever issued . Size FIGURE , from 30 to 46 inches Bust Measure , and are A.M. ...

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United States Congressional Serial Set

United States Congressional Serial Set

in land . As they were in Rangoon before land values went up by leaps and
bounds , they own considerable of the most valuable property in the principal
business quarter . Probably two - thirds of the stall keepers in the Surati bazaar
are ...

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Monthly Consular and Trade Reports

Monthly Consular and Trade Reports

in land . As they were in Rangoon before land values went up by leaps and
bounds , they own considerable of the most valuable property in the principal
business quarter . Probably two - thirds of the stall keepers in the Surati bazaar
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The Bazaar in the Islamic City

The Bazaar in the Islamic City

The Middle Eastern bazaar is much more than a context for commerce: the studies in this book illustrate that markets, regardless of their location, scale, and permanency, have also played important cultural roles within their societies, ...

Author: Mohammad Gharipour

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9789774165290

Category: History

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The Middle Eastern bazaar is much more than a context for commerce: the studies in this book illustrate that markets, regardless of their location, scale, and permanency, have also played important cultural roles within their societies, reflecting historical evolution, industrial development, social and political conditions, urban morphology, and architectural functions. This interdisciplinary volume explores the dynamics of the bazaar with a number of case studies from Cairo, Damascus, Aleppo, Nablus, Bursa, Istanbul, Sana'a, Kabul, Tehran, and Yazd. Although they share some contextual and functional characteristics, each bazaar has its own unique and fascinating history, traditions, cultural practices, and structure. One of the most intriguing aspects revealed in this volume is the thread of continuity from past to present exhibited by the bazaar as a forum where a society meets and intermingles in the practice of goods exchange-a social and cultural ritual that is as old as human history.
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The Woman in the Bazaar

The Woman in the Bazaar

Now featuring a brand new, eye-catching cover design and a readable font, this edition of The Woman in the Bazaar, written by the celebrated author, Alice Perrin, is perfect for a modern audience.

Author: Alice Perrin

Publisher: Mint Editions

ISBN: 1513269615

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Set in both England and colonial India, The Woman in the Bazaar follows Captain George Coventry as he wrestles with guilt and the consequences of his actions. Rigid even by old fashioned standards, George Coventry holds misogynistic beliefs regarding the role women fill in a marriage, and in society. When he meets a beautiful woman named Rafella, they marry quickly after dating for a short period of time. Despite this rush and George's misogyny, they are a happy couple for a while, until Rafella starts making friends. After she befriends the handsome Mr. Kennister, George assumes that Rafella is cheating on him. Absolutely irate and sick with jealousy, George terrorizes Rafella with a possessive rage until she runs away, never to be seen again. Years later, George falls in love again, but is unable to enjoy his second chance as he is haunted by rumors of a woman in the bazaar, an Englishwoman who had been sold into slavery. As George becomes engrossed in this rumor, he is forced to wonder if Rafella could have suffered the same fate. Finally taking accountability of and reflecting on his actions, George realizes that he first must resolve his past with Rafella before entering a new marriage. With its feminist themes, complex characters and unique setting, The Woman in the Bazaar keeps audiences engaged and constrained. Originally published in 1917, Alice Perrin's The Woman in the Bazaar colorfully depicts a setting uncommon in literature while featuring a marriage riddled with jealousy. With the vivid portrayal of colonial India as well as the many sides to relationships, The Woman in the Bazaar is a compelling narrative of an aspect of marriage not often explored. Following George's pre-existing polarizing beliefs, Perrin explores their fruition and the effect it has on Rafella and George's relationship. This rare portrayal of marital problems caters to an unfortunately common consequence of matrimony and still resonates with contemporary audiences. Now featuring a brand new, eye-catching cover design and a readable font, this edition of The Woman in the Bazaar, written by the celebrated author, Alice Perrin, is perfect for a modern audience.
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BLS Report

BLS Report

The bazaar operator is often manufacturer , retailer , and repairman at the same
time . The bazaar probably furnishes most of the " services ” contribution to the
gross national product ( 29 percent in 1963 ) . An adjunct of the bazaar is the ...

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The Saturday Review of Politics Literature Science and Art

The Saturday Review of Politics  Literature  Science and Art

a image of the sort of buildings on whose behalf the Bazaar and “ sleeping or
courting boxes , ” are to be done away for the future . Fancy Fair is often opened .
A church or a school is run up ; too " The humble old cottager ” is to “ kneel by the
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Bazaar India

Bazaar India

A key contribution of Bazaar India is its many-stranded narrative history of some of South Asia's primary actors over the past two centuries.

Author: Anand A. Yang

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520919963

Category: History

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The role of markets in linking local communities to larger networks of commerce, culture, and political power is the central element in Anand A. Yang's provocative and original study. Yang uses bazaars in the northeast Indian state of Bihar during the colonial period as the site of his investigation. The bazaar provides a distinctive locale for posing fundamental questions regarding indigenous societies under colonialism and for highlighting less familiar aspects of colonial India. At one level, Yang reconstructs Bihar's marketing system, from its central place in the city of Patna down to the lowest rung of the periodic markets. But he also concentrates on the dynamics of exchanges and negotiations between different groups and on what can be learned through the "voices" of people in the bazaar: landholders, peasants, traders, and merchants. Along the way, Yang uncovers a wealth of details on the functioning of rural trade, markets, fairs, and pilgrimages in Bihar. A key contribution of Bazaar India is its many-stranded narrative history of some of South Asia's primary actors over the past two centuries. But Yang's approach is not that of a detached observer; rather, his own voice is engaged with the voices of the past and with present-day historians. By focusing on the world beyond the mud walls of the village, he widens the imaginative geography of South Asian history. Readers with an interest in markets, social history, culture, colonialism, British India, and historiographic methods will welcome his book.
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Gods in the Bazaar

Gods in the Bazaar

DIVA theoretically informed cultural study of the design, production, and circulation of Indian calendar art./div "In this groundbreaking book, Kajri Jain analyzes the 'frames of value' surrounding the contemporary Indian genre of mass ...

Author: Kajri Jain

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 0822339269

Category: Art

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DIVA theoretically informed cultural study of the design, production, and circulation of Indian calendar art./div
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The Bazaar of Isfahan

The Bazaar of Isfahan

"The Bazaar of Isfahan provides a detailed documentation of the architecture and life of one of the largest bazaars in the world, that of the city of Isfahan in Iran.

Author: Ali Asghar Bakhtiar

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Category: Bazaars (Markets)

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The Bargain from the Bazaar

The Bargain from the Bazaar

The Bargain from the Bazaar -- the product of eight years of field research -- is an intimate window onto ordinary middle-class lives caught in the maelstrom of a nation falling to pieces.

Author: Haroon K. Ullah

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781610391672

Category: History

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Awais Reza is a shopkeeper in Lahore's Anarkali Bazaar—the largest open market in South Asia—whose labyrinthine streets teem with shoppers, rickshaws, and cacophonous music. But Anarkali's exuberant hubbub cannot conceal the fact that Pakistan is a country at the edge of a precipice. In recent years, the easy sociability that had once made up this vibrant community has been replaced with doubt and fear. Old-timers like Awais, who inherited his shop from his father and hopes one day to pass it on to his son, are being shouldered aside by easy money, discount stores, heroin peddlers, and the tyranny of fundamentalists. Every night before Awais goes to bed, he plugs in his cell phone and hopes. He hopes that the city will not be plunged into a blackout, that the night will remain calm, that the following morning will bring affluent and happy customers to his shop and, most of all, that his three sons will safely return home. Each of the boys, though, has a very different vision of their, and Pakistan's, future. The Bargain from the Bazaar—the product of eight years of field research—is an intimate window onto ordinary middle-class lives caught in the maelstrom of a nation falling to pieces. It's an absolutely compelling portrait of a family at risk—from a violently changing world on the outside and a growing terror from within.
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