jobber

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an unscrupulous promoter or broker of stocks for investment, often on speculative value and through manipulative or deceptive means

An act to restrain the number and ill practice of brokers and stock jobbers: 8 & 9 Wm. 3, ch. 32 (1697).

An intermediary who buys and sells merchandise
In professional wrestling, a performer whose primary role is to lose to established talent
An entity that jobs stuff
One who works by the job
A type of intermediary in the apparel industry, as well as others, who buys excess merchandise from brand owners and manufacturers, and sells to retailers at prices that are 20-70% below wholesale. Because of the negative connotations of the word "jobber," they are now referred to by the more politically-correct term - "Off-price specialists."
a market maker on the stock exchange
{n} a man who jobs or does chance-work
A dealer in the public stocks or funds; a stockjobber
Member of the JSE who buys and sells shares for his own account (On the Stock Exchange, London, jobbers hold shares on their books and these are bought from or sold to brokers Brokers there may deal only with jobbers )
An organization that buys books in large quantities for resale to retailers and libraries
A wrestler set up to lose or, at least, to not be important to the promotion
An intermediary that buys from producers to sell to retailers and offers various services with that function
An uncool person; A person that is consistenly screwing up situations and doing dumb things. (Calling someone a jobber has similar connotations to calling them a douchebag)
A purveyor of goods manufactured by others; Ives, for example, manufactured toys as well as marketing those of other firms George Borgfeldt of New York City, obtained manufacturer's rights for certain toys and then sub-contracted their production Butler Brothers and Selchow & Right were major jobbers
A term for a market maker used on the London Stock Exchange
Petroleum wholesaler selling to retail marketers within a limited geographic area Usually sells one or more major company brands, sometimes with their own jobber brand In the UK the nearest equivalent is an Authorised Distributor (AD)
One who buys goods from importers, wholesalers, or manufacturers, and sells to retailers
A supplier, usually a wholesaler, who sells a variety of items produced by many different publishers
A middleman A gasoline jobber, for example, might buy from refiners and would resell to small distributors or consumers
A wholesale merchant who buys in very large lots and sells in quantities to retailers and heavy consumers
n an unpushed wrestler who does jobs for pushed wrestlers Barry Horowitz is probably the best known of these Sometimes known as fish, redshirts PLs (professional losers,) or 'ham-and-eggers ' Steve Lombardi (Brooklyn Brawler) is also a well known jobber
An unpushed wrestler who does jobs for pushed wrestlers Barry Horowitz is probably the best known of these Sometimes known as fish, redshirts PLs (professional losers,) or 'ham-and-eggers ' Steve Lombardi (Brooklyn Brawler) is also a well known jobber
someone who buys large quantities of goods and resells to merchants rather than to the ultimate customers
A wrestler who loses a lot
A middleman, buying from oil refiners/distributors and reselling to consumers/small distributors
A wrestler who is booked to lose in order to make his opponent look good
Wrestler who constantly loses his matches in order to put another wrestler over with the fans
One who turns official or public business to private advantage; hence, one who performs low or mercenary work in office, politics, or intrigue
In the broadest sense, to lose In a narrower sense, to lose to another wrestler in order to get that wrestler or an angle over (see Over) Often used to mean losing badly, as in "The entire WCW was jobbed to Hogan "
A middleman who buys from importers, wholesalers or manufacturers for resale to other dealers, usually retailers The term is mostly used in a deprecatory sense
(noun) A wrestler whose only purpose is to lose to other wrestlers, thus putting them over and making them look good The Rock's word 'Jabroni' comes from this term
A company that handles products from many producers, such as a book jobber, which distributes books from a large number of publishers
An unpushed wrestler who usually loses every match that he is in
an intermediary source which carries titles from thousands of publishers and producers; librarians usually use these wholesalers (or vendors) because it is convenient and time saving to order from one source, rather than several
An un-pushed wrestler who does jobs for pushed wrestlers Barry Horowitz is probably the best known of these Sometimes known as fish, red shirts PLs (professional losers,) or' ham-and-eggers ' Steve Lombardi (Brooklyn Brawler) is also a well known jobber
someone whose job is buying and selling stocks and shares
{i} wholesaler; person who works different jobs; seller of stocks (British); person who exploits their position
odd-jobber
One who performs odd jobs; a handyperson
jobbers
plural of jobber
jobber

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    /ˈʤäbər/ /ˈʤɑːbɜr/

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