Climber

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Climber

Slang; an extremely successful salesperson. A climber is able to sell his/her product to even the most difficult customer.
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So I rose, and leaving the cave, found a place where I might climb up to the breasts and head of the stone Witch.
Good luck to every sergeant, then, that lets us pick our road; Bad luck to all the driver-men that cannot pack a load: For we can wriggle and climb, my lads, and turn up everywhere, Oh, it's our delight on a mountain height, with a leg or two to spare!
Then the people ran as only Hill folk can run, for they knew that in a landslip you must climb for the highest ground across the valley.
Purun Bhagat dropped fainting by his side, for the chill of the rain and that fierce climb were killing him; but first he called to the scattered torches ahead, "Stay and count your numbers"; then, whispering to the deer as he saw the lights gather in a cluster: "Stay with me, Brother.
Then the line was let down again for Zeb to climb up by.
You needn't worry, Bungle," remarked the Patchwork Girl; "for if there is danger you can climb a tree.
Having found the whip he tried to climb straight up the bank where he had rolled down, but it was impossible to do so: he kept rolling down again, and so he had to go along at the foot of the hollow to find a way up.
There yet remain to us a few minutes before we climb to our caves.
After coughing the water out of her throat and getting her breath again, she managed to climb over the slats and stand upon the firm wooden bottom of the coop, which supported her easily enough.
Tarzan made a face at the king of beasts, whereat Numa, greatly to the ape-man's surprise, started to climb up into the branches toward him.
The Assassins tried to climb also, but they slipped and fell.
The old Madman is the very fellow," thought he; "he will take him scrambling over half the country after birds' eggs and flowers, make him run and swim and climb like an Indian, and not teach him a word of anything bad, or keep him from his lessons.