Mercer

• (n.) Originally, a dealer in any kind of goods or wares; now restricted to a dealer in textile fabrics, as silks or woolens.
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Mercer

noun British maker of printed calico cloth who invented mercerizing (1791-1866)
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mercer

noun a dealer in textiles (especially silks)
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Mercer

[automobile] Mercer was an American automobile manufacturer from 1909 until 1925. It was notable for its high-performance cars, especially the Type 35 Raceabout. ==Early history== There was considerable talent and backing for the Mercer Automobile Company; Ferdinand Roebling, son of John A. Roebling, was the president, and his nephew Washin...
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Mercer

[consulting firm] Mercer is an American global human resource and related financial services consulting firm, headquartered in New York City. Mercer is one of the largest consulting firms in the world, based in more than 40 countries, and operating internationally in more than 130 countries with more than 20,500 employees. Mercer is a subsi...
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Mercer

[given name] Mercer is the given name of: ...
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Mercer

Mer'cer noun [ French mercier , from Latin merx , mercis , wares, merchandise. See Merchant .] Originally, a dealer in any kind of goods or wares; now restricted to a dealer in textile fabrics, as silks or woolens. [ Eng.]
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Mercer

archaic or obsolete terms > Occupations:A merchant of linen, draper, maker of sailcloth, haberdasher. Also a pedlar.
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Mercer

county, northwestern Pennsylvania, U.S., bordered by Ohio to the west and located midway between the cities of Erie and Pittsburgh. It consists of ...
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Mercer

county, west-central New Jersey, U.S., bordered by Pennsylvania to the west (the Delaware River constituting the boundary) and by the Millstone River ...
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mercer

dealer in small wares or textiles
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Mercer

Mercer is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `merchant` The name Mercer is most commonly given to American boys. In England and Wales it is (almost) solely given to boys What do they use in other countries? Mercury (Romanian_myth) The name sounds like: Mersera Similar names are: Merced, Mercey
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Mercer

People dealing in expensive fabrics.
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mercer

[n] - British maker of printed calico cloth who invented mercerizing (1791-1866) 2. [n] - (British) a dealer in textiles (especially silks)
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