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    insurance policy/policies peddler

    Smith is an insurance policy/polices peddler.

    1.Which word in bold should I use?

    2. Would it be better if the sentences is phrased as follows?

    Smith is a peddler of insurance policies.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by Tan Elaine; 20-Apr-2012 at 11:05. Reason: typo - changed 'follow' to 'follows'

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    Re: insurance policy/policies peddler

    I'd say

    'Smith is an insurance salesman'.

    Rover

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