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  • Dorset historically had many cottage industries related to the clothing trade.
  • Goldbloom worked in the clothing trade from the age of sixteen.
  • In this version the protagonists are poor Jews working in the clothing trade.
  • Wonersh was one of the flourishing seats of the clothing trade in West Surrey.
  • The silken substance could then be used to create thread suitable for numerous applications in the clothing trade,
  • Many Jews in the clothing trade prospered during the 1920s and moved to West Philadelphia and Strawberry Mansion.
  • Yazbek grew up in New York City; his father was in the clothing trade, his mother played classical piano.
  • Although the clothing trade remained its core business, the company branched out into toys and the health and beauty sector.
  • The clothing trade arrived on Great Portland Street with the appearance of small stock and work rooms in the early 1900s.
  • He was born and reared in Berlin as Guenther Neustadt, the child of a well-to-do Jewish family in the clothing trade.
  • He had been born and reared in Berlin as Gunther Neustadt, the child of a well-to-do Jewish family in the clothing trade.
  • The clothing trade went through a period of great depression in the 17th century, partly owing to the constant outbreaks of plague.
  • By his sixteenth year, Rosenwald was apprenticed by his parents to his uncles in New York City to learn the clothing trades.
  • In 1920 Wallis was appointed secretary of the Clothing Trades Union's Victorian branch and edited its journal, the " Clothing Trades Gazette ".
  • Her division continues investigations not only in Los Angeles, where much of the clothing trade is located, but also in New York City, Dallas, Chicago and Philadelphia.
  • Always a controversial figure, Wallis's later career made him enemies among his former union colleagues and his tendency towards prejudice against women and anti-Semitism made him unpopular among the clothing trades.
  • In Toronto's Fashion District, many Jewish clients in the clothing trade commissioned him to design functional loft buildings constructed of reinforced concrete and dressed in a stylish Art Deco cladding of cut stone and brick.
  • By 1880 New York produced more garments than its four closest urban competitors combined, and in 1900 the value and output of the clothing trade was three times that of the city's second largest industry, sugar refining.
  • Nancy Mauro, 51, studied fashion design and spent two years on Seventh Avenue, then switched to computer technology after realizing that she did not enjoy the clothing trade backbiting ( though she never lost her radar for a good sample sale ).
  • Another early example of the social novel is Charles Kingsley's Alton Locke ( 1849 ), a work that set out to expose the social injustice suffered by workers in the clothing trade as well as the trials and tribulations of agricultural labourers.
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