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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbookshopbook‧shop /ˈbʊkʃɒp $ -ʃɑːp/ ●●● W3 noun [countable]  especially British EnglishBBTTCN a shop that sells books syn bookstore American English
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bookshopAnn became a Catholic as an adult and entered the book trade working at a Catholic bookshop in Exeter.Published by Collins it costs £11.95 and is available from bookshops and stationers around the country.Published by Vacation Work, it costs £6.95 paperback and is available from all good bookshops.Dillons is expanding its market and is opening new bookshops every year.It is said that Scheiner, on hearing this in a Rome bookshop, turned purple and shook violently.Highbrow publishers and small bookshops are the most resolute opponents.A grey day in the bookshop.
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