Pushy parents and cranky kids swarmed clothing stores and stationery stores on Sunday.
But on November 1, Judge Anderson received a long rambling letter on Randy Quaid stationery.
At Pentagon procurement prices, the cost of switching the stationery alone would be astronomical.
I own a stationery company that focuses mostly on custom orders.
So when I decided to launch my own stationery company in 2009, my choice of selling platform was simple.
And there's no other shop for books and stationery at Seacove.'
The stationery, the postmark, the date upon it, all seemed perfectly in accord.
Long it had lain among her stationery, the last of a kind she had formerly used.
A case or folder in which leaves of loose paper or other stationery may be carried.
As the two youngest Kenway girls came out of the stationery and book store, Miss Pepperill was entering.
1727, from stationery wares (c.1680) "articles sold by a stationer," from stationer "seller of books and paper" (q.v.). Roving peddlers were more common in the Middle Ages; sellers with a fixed location were often bookshops licensed by universities. The Company of Stationers, one of the Livery Companies of the City of London, was founded 1556.