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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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Refiners also sell gasoline, branded and unbranded, at truck racks to jobbers (distributors) who own their own tanker trucks.
However, for the most part, converters don't develop fabrics specifically with jobbers in mind.
Marcus noted that jobbers have become more open to looking at wovens over the course of the previous markets.
Elaine Schroder, director of sales and marketing for jobbers Robert Allen Contracting and Ametex Contracting, has compiled its Competitive Edge II line of fabrics that range from the contemporary to traditional, and includes tapestries, stripes, small-scale designs and chenilles.
Fabrics in bright colors are unanimously the top category choice of jobbers.
To add value to our jobbers, we will also make colors to their specifications.
And at a more mid-range price point, jobbers are asking for items like overprinted cotton jacquards, which sell around $7 per yard," he said.
Because they deal with different customers, jobbers also have to consider fabrics for wide application.
Many converters and mills agree that feedback from jobbers can help them develop future collections.