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A department store is a retail establishment that sells a wide variety of consumer products in various sections of the store, each of which is called a "department" and focuses on a specific product category. Clothing, furniture, home appliances, toys, cosmetics, houseware, gardening, toiletries, sporting goods, do it yourself, paint and hardware are all common departments today. Other product lines, such as food, books, jewelry, electronics, stationery, photographic equipment, baby products, and pet products, are sometimes included as well.
Discount department stores have customers check out at the front of the store, while higher-end conventional department stores have sales counters within each department. Some stores are part of a larger retail chain, while others are independently owned and operated. In the United States, department stores are categorized into the mainline department store and the discount department store. The mainline department store is a typical department store that sells mid to high-end items at a full retail price most of the time, if not always. The discount department store is a large discount store that sells discounted clothing and home furnishings, either overstock from major department stores or products designed specifically for the discount department store market. A junior department store is a smaller version of a mainline department store that was common in the second half of the twentieth century. These were typically independent stores or chains that specialized in cosmetics, clothes, and accessories for women, with few home goods.
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