Stock Exchange. an unsound, unethical, or overly aggressive brokerage house.
Slang. any shady commercial agency, as one dealing in illegally priced theater tickets.
Prisoners of Poverty Helen Campbell
A Spoil of Office Hamlin Garland
Mr. Prohack E. Arnold Bennett
Young Wallingford George Randolph Chester
Satan’s Invisible World Displayed or, Despairing Democracy W. T. Stead
Gordon Keith Thomas Nelson Page
Commercial Law Samuel Williston, Richard D. Currier, and Richard W. Hill
The Whirlpool George Gissing
Friday, the Thirteenth Thomas W. Lawson
The American Language Henry L. Mencken
an unregistered firm of stockbrokers that engages in speculation with clients’ funds
(mainly Brit) any small business that cannot be relied upon, esp one selling cheap airline tickets
a truck with an attached aerial lift or movable boom.
a conveyor consisting of an endless chain with a series of buckets attached at regular intervals, used for moving ore, gravel, grain, or other bulk materials.
a deep, cylindrical vessel, usually of metal, plastic, or wood, with a flat bottom and a semicircular bail, for collecting, carrying, or holding water, sand, fruit, etc.; pail. anything resembling or suggesting this. Machinery. any of the scoops attached to or forming the endless chain in certain types of conveyors or elevators. the scoop or […]
the amount that a bucket can hold: a bucketful of water. Historical Examples The Biography of a Prairie Girl Eleanor Gates The Battle and the Breeze R.M. Ballantyne Home Pork Making A. W. Fulton Nell, of Shorne Mills Charles Garvice Rewards and Fairies Rudyard Kipling Twice Lost W.H.G. Kingston Ran Away to Sea Mayne Reid […]