fruiterer


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fruiterer

Chiefly Brit a fruit dealer or seller
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Compounds like Obsthandler 'fruiterer', Autohandler 'car dealer', Buchhandler 'bookseller', Antiquitatenhandler 'antique dealer', Haushaltswarenhandler 'hardware dealer' and many others show that the very general qualia value 'Ware' allows for specification.
Con the Fruiterer (played by the not-very-Greek Mark Mitchell) has been on screens advertising the virtues of fruit as recently as 2010.
Three or four children shared a bedroom, a local fruiterer donated orange boxes which the boys resourcefully converted into bedside lockers.
The green grocer and fruiterer. Will be sadly missed by all his family and friends.
So I was taken to St Tydfil's Hospital by Tom Harding, who was a fruiterer in the village.
A pathway leads around to the rear which has been tiered for convenience and is a fruiterer's delight being home to raspberry fruit cages and productive raised vegetable beds.
But it reposed on one of the stalls of the fruiterer, whose wireless, in his shop on Oxton Road, is always tuned to classical music - bringing a breeze of high culture to Birkenhead, our crusty old pie of a town.
Peacefully in hospital on 11th June 2015, aged 93 years, Robert (Bobby, Fruiterer), beloved husband of the late Lilian, loving father of Robert, dear brotherin-law of Billy, Margaret and family.
Within living memory, the telephone was used to order from the butcher, the baker, the fruiterer and the vegetable shop, as well as the nurseryman for plants and flowers.
Her cast of characters covers a spectrum of social classes, ranging from Queen Elizabeth I and King George III to a fruiterer's apprentice in Cheapside, a thief's wife following her husband to the gallows, and a soused painter steering a boat laden with gunpowder to an ice dam beneath London Bridge.
And the very same day did I fight with one Sampson Stockfish, a fruiterer, behind Gray's Inn.
our group with a bag of fruiterer's cast-off pears and