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jobber

and jobby (ˈdʒɑbɚ and ˈdʒɑbi)
1. n. a gadget. Where is the little jobber I use to tighten this?
2. n. a bowel movement. (Juvenile.) Don’t forget to jobber, Jimmy.
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New jobber and alternative motor fuel channels size of market
Tony Zelner, vice president of operations at commercial jobber Irvin Allen, said color was very important, but he saw a softening palette, "with more accents of golds and yellow.
Jeanie Viars, director of fashion for Anju/Woodridge, said a new collection of printed florals on jacquard base cloth, Heritage Hill, currently is a top seller to the jobber market.
The firm's jobber price points range from $6 to $15, he said, with items at all prices ranges selling well.
Shell employee volunteers and Shell dealers and jobbers will distribute these items to flood victims at relief tents in Illinois and Missouri.
Vecchione says Bloomcraft's jobber lines run between $5.
The breadth of patterns and trends result in part from jobber efforts to successfully serve their particular clients' tastes and needs.
Lahr Company has been in business for 70 years as a major warehouse distributor, local jobber and retailer of automotive aftermarket parts.
Of its estimated 1,200 automotive jobbers, about 400 large operations are in metropolitan areas.
We already have a strong presence in the warehouse distributor and jobber segments," Gorman noted, "and are expanding into the service dealer, or repair, segment with recently introduced products, including our ServiceCat workstation that includes the Electronic Catalog and an automated labor guide.
This year alone, Valero has increased its branded jobber network by 625 sites, and more than 320 of those sites are on the East Coast.
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At Sandown three weeks ago, The Jobber found himself stuck in the widest stall of all, which led to him racing keenly on the outside of the pack and seeing plenty of daylight.