Each bouquiniste is given four boxes, all of a specified size, and rent is paid only for the stone on which the boxes rest (less than €100 per year). From LearnThat.org. [http://www.ricksteves.com/plan/destinations/france/bouquinistes.htm]
Also un bouquin = a book unune bouquiniste = a secondhand bookseller. From Wordnik.com. [Words in a French Life] Reference
Also: un bouquin = a book un (e) bouquiniste = a secondhand book seller. From Wordnik.com. [French Word-A-Day:] Reference
Jean-Pierre Matthias has been a bouquiniste for 25 years. From Wordnik.com. [NPR Topics: News] Reference
The first bouquiniste in Paris opened his stall in the 1600s. From Wordnik.com. [NPR Topics: News] Reference
Jean-Pierre Matthias is a 25-year-veteran of the bouquiniste trade. From Wordnik.com. [NPR Topics: News] Reference
Matthias' wife, who is also a bouquiniste, has a stall in the more touristy section near Notre Dame Cathedral. From Wordnik.com. [NPR Topics: News] Reference
If I find a copy of it at a bouquiniste, I will read it to compare what Peyrefitte said and what actually happened 30 or. From Wordnik.com. [Opinion Source: Delivering summaries of editorial and op-ed pieces from major papers by email.] Reference
Un bouquin = a book une bouquiniste = a secondhand book seller. From Wordnik.com. [bouquiner - French Word-A-Day] Reference
Then "bouquiniste". From Wordnik.com. [SiliconIndia.com] Reference
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