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a department store: a large shop divided into several different parts (Harrods, BHV, KADEWE, El Corte Inglés, etc.)
- "He's got department stores from here to."
- "I was a no-good cowboy with a failed department store and a ton of debt."
- "After the Warbuckle sex scandal, the "Department Store massacre", the Warbuckle fake moon landing, and other indiscretions by the retail king, could this be the straw that breaks the camel's back?"
- "No matter how much your department stores are grossing every month, there's no way you can stay out of personal debt when you're spending like this."
- "I didn't know that Warbuckle's Department Stores was in such difficulty."
- "When I opened my first department store, I was skeptical too."
- "It's that time again: time for our quarterly review of sales of Delavigne products at Warbuckle's Department Stores."
- "The big meeting with Dillon's Department Stores has been postponed until tomorrow."
- "I owe a lot of the success of my department stores to him and his perfumes."
- "It could be that the economic downturn in this country is finally having an effect on Warbuckle's Department Stores."
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