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Publix and DeSantis quickly denied any involvement in public-health influence-peddling, but local journalists stayed on the story.‘60 Minutes’ embraces innuendo in Ron DeSantis story|Erik Wemple|April 9, 2021|Washington Post
Talk Radio Network was the house that wingnuts built, with its on-air talent peddling radical views.
By WWII, Lemkin had been peddling his ideas on genocide for more than a decade.
But they keep peddling them like a costermonger selling rotten fruit.
But Green-Wood is more famous for its nefarious residents, those of the drug-peddling, political-swindling, hit-men variety.
For seafood try Clamman in Southhampton, proudly peddling tuna, bass, scallops, and squid all caught by local fishermen.The Hamptons Hot List: Where to Eat, What to Drink, and How to Get Your Beach on This Summer|Brandon Presser|May 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Whatever we are to expect at the hands of children, it should not be any peddling exactitude about matters of fact.The Pocket R.L.S.|Robert Louis Stevenson
Ive traded and sold everything from a thousand cattle to peddling collar-buttons at the Queens Jubilee.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson
The stringent laws of the old rgime had crowded that unfortunate people out of all occupations but two—peddling and money-lending.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
Peddling had been forced on the latter by the action of the gilds which were still powerful in the 18th century on the Continent.
What I 'm to do with you, with your little peddling knowledge of a score of things, I can't imagine.That Boy Of Norcott's|Charles James Lever