WHOLESALE FLOWER DEALERS. FLOWER GIRL DRESSES WITH FLOWERS. WEDDING FLOWER PRICE
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- Sell (goods) in large quantities at low prices to be retailed by others
- the selling of goods to merchants; usually in large quantities for resale to consumers
- at a wholesale price; "I can sell it to you wholesale"
- sweeping: ignoring distinctions; "sweeping generalizations"; "wholesale destruction"
- A person or business that buys and sells goods
- A person who buys and sells shares, securities, or other financial assets as a principal (rather than as a broker or agent)
- (dealer) a seller of illicit goods; "a dealer in stolen goods"
- (dealer) trader: someone who purchases and maintains an inventory of goods to be sold
- (dealer) a firm engaged in trading
- A person who buys and sells drugs
- Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly
- a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
- bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
- (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom
- reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
- Induce (a plant) to produce flowers
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A Drug Dealer's Dream
Take a walk with one of the most relentless drug kingpins to ever promenade the streets of New York: Ahmed Yung. His father was an old-school gangster and his mother passed away after giving birth, leaving Ahmed to fend for himself. Witnessing his father's death at the early age of 12, Ahmed made a commitment to become one of the most respected hustlers on earth. Upon his release from six years of incarceration, Ahmed, 23, is forced to deal with the pressure. His comrades have the game on smash and they're just waiting for his return to the streets. Christal and Malique, his girlfriend and son, depend on him to adjust his lifestyle. The choices he contemplates ultimately determine his destiny. This is the story of almost every hustler who decides to play the game. Mistakes are made, hearts are broken and lives are lost. But one thing is for sure: decisions will have to be made. Strap up for a ride down a path of pain and glory. This is 'A Drug Dealer's Dream.' GET YOUR KINDLE BOOKS KINDLEGRAPHED! kindlegraph.com/authors/GS914
Tokyo: Tsukiji Jonai Shijo
Tokyo-to Chuo Oroshiuri Shijo (?????????), or the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market, commonly known as Tsukiji shijo (????), or the Tuskiji Market, is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. The market handles more than 400 different types of seafood, in excess of 2000 metric tons a day, and provides employment to over 60,000 registered employees. The market consists of an “inner market” (jonai shijo) and an “outer market” (jogai shijo). The inner market is the licensed wholesale market, where the auctions and processing of the fish take place, and where approximately 900 licensed wholesale dealers operate from small stalls. The outer market is a mixture of wholesale and retail shops hawking everything from kitchen tools to groceries and seafood. The first market in Tokyo was established by Tokugawa Ieyasu during the Edo period when he invited fishermen from Tsukudajima, Osaka to Edo in order to provide fish for the castle. Fish not bought by the castle was sold at a market called uogashi (literally, "fish quay") near the Nihonbashi Bridge, which was one of many specialized wholesale markets lining the canals of Edo. In the aftermath of The Great Kanto earthquake of 1923, which devastated much of central Tokyo, including uogashi, the market was relocated to the Tsukiji district. After construction of a modern market facility in 1935, the fish market began operations under the provisions of the 1923 Central Wholesale Market Law, which the Japanese government had enacted following the "Rice Riots" (Kome Soudai) of 1918. Three major markets were established in Tsukiji, Kanda and Koto with smaller branch markets in Ebara, Toshima, and Adachi. At present, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's system of wholesale markets includes more than a dozen major and branch markets, handling seafood, produce, meat, and cut flowers. Tsukiji Market opens at 3am every morning except Sundays with the arrival of seafood by ship, truck and plane, including the unloading of tons of frozen tuna. Auction house wholesalers, or oroshi gyousha, then estimate the value and prep the product for auction. Bidding can only be done by licensed participants, including intermediate wholesalers, or nakaoroshi gyousha, who operate the inner market stalls, and agents for restaurants, food processing companies, and large retailers. The auctions usually end around 7am and the purchased seafood is either loaded onto or on small carts and moved to the many market shops, where it is cut and prepared for retail.
Mass Cards in FloMa
Mass cards posted at a cashier window at a wholesale flower dealer in NYC's flower district on 28th Street.
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The place: Mexico. The time: The near future. Memo Cruz has always dreamed of leaving his tiny village and heading north to a big city where he can work in a modern, high-tech factory. Finally, his dream becomes a reality...and his reality becomes a nightmare! Memo finds himself in a terrifyingly bizarre world of border walls, shanty towns, high-tech factories, remote control drones and aqua-terrorists a world of tomorrow that will soon be today! Winner of two prestigious awards at the Sundance Film Festival, and nominated for both the Gotham Awards and Independent Spirit Awards, this groundbreaking film has been praised by critics and audiences alike.