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superstore

a very large supermarket, often selling household goods, clothes, etc., as well as food
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Thanks for thinking of us, but we don't have the time or money to study the thorny issue of the effects of big-box stores on the local economy, a citizens committee told the City Council on Monday.
The Best Buy would be one of the first big-box stores in the area, which has prompted traffic concerns among neighbors.
Incumbent Kuperberg, who calls himself an environmentalist and says he has been instrumental in blocking big-box stores like Home Depot, said he has a tax-transfer plan that would help raise revenues to expand open space.
It is widely available on supermarket shelves and at big-box stores in the $10 range.
These same big-box stores also sell ammunition for less--sometimes for less than we can get it shipped to us.
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Last week, the council approved an ordinance that would ultimately require many big-box stores to develop shelters for day laborers.
The CPI measure of food price inflation is based on a sample of food items selected from a sample of retail food outlets, "and the selection of stores has not been updated quickly enough to reflect the volume of food now sold through big-box stores," says ERS.
Minimum hourly wage that big-box stores like Wal-Mart must pay in Chicago by 2010, according to a new city ordinance.
The aldermen defending the bill claim that Chicago markets are so lucrative that the big-box stores will come no matter how frosty the reception in the apparent belief that the higher the cost the greater the demand.
The study showed that only $14 of every $100 spent at so-called big-box stores remains in the community where the store is located.
Customers are fickle and they have been abandoning the malls and are going to the big-box stores," he says.