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greengrocer

Chiefly Brit a retail trader in fruit and vegetables
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Greengrocery is regularly purchased for use within school kitchens, civic catering and social services establishments.
Greengrocery, Mr Hardie said, had always been considered an "art" in his family; he recalls holidays in places like Jamaica and South Africa, where his father would meet face-toface with banana and citrus growers.
com EARNING A LIVING: The late, great Joe Mercer at one | |of his West Kirby greengrocery stores in the 1950s
As a touring production this Herring had many virtues in terms of its versatile settings - such as designer Adam Wiltshire's perfectly-clipped trees having their foliage lifted off to reveal well-piled pyramids of greengrocery fruit (though his costume-designs seemed inconsistent in period), and Declan Randall's sensitive lighting - but Michael Barker-Caven's direction invited some cavils.
Once vegetables and fruit ripened, they blocked the road as major part of greengrocery is sold in Bishkek.
in 2002 he put another greengrocery, George Allans which once had a turnover of PS7.
He tracked her to an Italian greengrocery store and tried to hug her but she evaded him and hurried from the shop.
Aoun, who is originally from Damour, used to own a greengrocery in Downtown Beirut near the St.
The candidates' CVs reveal everything from a professional wrestler, a show jumper and a shark diver to entrepreneurs in fields as varied as architecture, beauty, bridal, technology, fine wine and greengrocery.
In The Apprentice, Laura will join a professional wrestler, a show jumper and a shark diver, as well as fellow entrepreneurs in fields including beauty, technology, wine and greengrocery.
There are also huge and largely untapped opportunities in building strong brands in greengrocery that Stokes could have exploited, Bavin adds.
I'd already done a milk round and worked in a greengrocery store humping potatoes," he growled.