(n.) = retailer ; retail ; downstream ; retail seller. Ex: Nowadays there is a clear three-part division of the book trade into publishers, wholesalers, printers, and retailers, but in the hand-press period the functions of book traders overlapped to a much greater extent. Ex: Dunkin' Donuts of America, Inc., the world's largest retail coffee and doughnut shop chain, uses the Informark system supplied by NDS a software package containing a demographic file of data from the 1980 USA Census and other commercial data bases. Ex: The exchange of trading information on a regular basis influences the balance company bargaining power between upstream and downstream companies in grocery marketing. Ex: Any retail seller which permits consumers to lay away consumer goods will provide a written statement of the terms and conditions of the agreement = Cualquier comercio que permita a los consumidores comprar a plazos apartando los productos les proporcionará un documento escrito de las condiciones del acuerdo. (adj.) = stickler for detail(s) ; scrupulous ; attention to detail ; finicky . Ex: A stickler for details, sometimes to the point of compulsion, Edmonds was deemed a fortuitous choice to head the monumental reorganization process. Ex: Happily the rules of quasi-facsimile are easily mastered; what is difficult is to observe them with scrupulous, undeviating accuracy. Ex: He believes his success will be determined by 'personal attention, being on the ball, attention to detail and consistency of service'. Ex: After all, even a healthy cat can become finicky when offered an unfamiliar meal.