Jewelry Store

Some articles on store, stores, jewelry store:

It's Not Over (Daughtry Song) - Music Video - Plot
... After a time they stop at a store ... He walks by and enters several stores, none of which is hiring ... He passes a jewelry store, and all the recent positive events flash before him his release, his daughter, and a rosary ...
Batavia Street Gang
... of the gang were arrested for breaking into Seigel's jewelry store in order to purchase costumes for the Sullivan ball at New Irving Hall in an attempt to out do their rivals, who were known to be "dandies ... Stealing a gold watch from Seigel's jewelry store, Duck Reardon and Mike Walsh organized a raffle with the Sullivan Association at Coyne's saloon and, arranging it so that fellow gang member James ... and several others, smashed in the front window of a local jewelry store and stole 44 gold rings ranging from $3–$45 in value ...
Private Police - Definitions
... Take the case of a jewelry store ... But the jewelry store does not rely exclusively— or even primarily —on the majesty of the state’s enforcement of that law for its own security ... The jewelry store engages the services of manifold private protection outfits it takes out an insurance policy on its gems, which are kept under a locked glass display case, which can only be opened by an ...

Famous quotes containing the words store and/or jewelry:

    In matters of the intellect follow your reason as far as it will take you, without regard to any other consideration... and do not pretend that conclusions are certain which are not demonstrated or demonstrable. That I take to be the agnostic faith, which if a man keep whole and undefiled, he shall not be ashamed to look the universe in the face, whatever the future may have in store for him.
    Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–95)

    The demonstrations are always early in the morning, at six o’clock. It’s wonderful, because I’m not doing anything at six anyway, so why not demonstrate?... When you’ve written to your president, to your congressman, to your senator and nothing, nothing has come of it, you take to the streets.
    Erica Bouza, U.S. jewelry designer and social activist. As quoted in The Great Divide, book 2, section 7, by Studs Terkel (1988)