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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstationersta‧tion‧er /ˈsteɪʃə $ -ər/ noun [countable] British English  1 stationer’s2 BOBBTsomeone in charge of a shop that sells stationery
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stationerTwo later works reflected Sparke's professional concerns as a stationer.However, while charities can benefit from cards sold by stationers, they may retain a substantial amount of money.They come in all sizes, designs and colours and are available from stationers, specialist suppliers and some debt collecting agencies.Court forms can be purchased from law stationers, but most of these can be stored on your word-processing system as precedents.Forms may be obtained from the court and from the usual legal stationers.We get our supplies from our computer dealer, so you could try there or a good office stationer.