How to use Behind-the-counter in a sentence

behind-the-counter
  • He will be seeing the launch of the first next-gen system from behind the counter.

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  • My wine flights were wonderful, although they were not officially pouring the reserve wines, they had some "hidden" behind the counter for those people who knew about the high-end cabernets that they produce.

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  • Many sites like Behind the Counter offer these coupons and discounts for free, and five to twenty percent, in the long run, can save you a lot of money.

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  • On the other hand, if you work behind the counter at a clothing boutique, your uniform is probably far less restricted.

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  • There was only one other customer and several baristas talking loudly behind the counter.

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  • The guy behind the counter was staring at her, his mouth lax and his eyes wide.

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  • A bell on the door jingled as she entered, and a middle-aged woman smiled a greeting from behind the counter.

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  • The burly blond behind the counter looked up at her voice and smiled.

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  • The only thing that does put me off is the amount of food which is reheated in microwaves behind the counter.

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  • Then the girl behind the counter could n't identify soluble aspirin, despite my pointing them out to her.

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  • Most counters keep a limited stock of select products in sample sizes behind the counter.

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  • Luckily, this protection extends to all customers of FDIC-insured banks, whether they make their deposits and withdrawals behind the counter or behind a computer monitor.

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  • Go to the tiny shops with only one person behind the counter.

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  • U.S. Postal Service employees who work behind the counter at retail post office locations are required to wear uniforms.

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