One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A promotional box in a shop for displaying books or other items.
- ‘Price-sensitive merchandise is displayed in prominent places such as the kiosk at the entrance to the store, as well as on end caps, in dump bins, and in gondolas down the main aisles.’
- ‘Posters, cardboard cut-outs and dump bins make up the remaining £40,000, which seems rather a lot to us, so there were probably some other, miscellaneous games in there too.’
- ‘What, did you buy your grimoires or whatever from the dump bins at the book store?’
- ‘Along with remaindered books, DVD dump bins are sources of unappreciated gems.’
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