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Synonyms for general store

a retail store serving a sparsely populated region

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I'm not eating them all myself and I'm not selling them in a carboot sale or in a corner shop, they're staying in the community.
A number of police cars and paramedics attended and a cordon was put in place around Dovecot Street Corner Shop.
Application forms may be obtained from The Corner Shop during business hours (Tuesdays and Thursday from 10 a.
His career began in 1950 with a corner shop in Constitution Hill specialising in international grocery.
The 2012 Olympics, The Royal Wedding, The Diamond Jubilee and Andy Murray's Wimbledon triumph, have all had a significant impact on a traditionally self-deprecating nation, according to the founders of the British Corner Shop, a service that delivers to Cyprus and other popular expat destinations.
The association of small merchants, which has a membership of about 4m corner shop owners, strongly condemned Japan's new government for holding events last Friday to commemorate "Takeshima Day", which marks the day in 1905 that Japan incorporated some barren islets located between the two countries into its territory.
Having a selection of fresh fruit and veg at your local corner shop makes it that little bit easier.
If the corner shop, however, wants to, the legislation allows them.
But Mr Johnson said the ban will be introduced in supermarkets first, and corner shop owners would have to "diversify" as smoking rates fall.
In my corner shop I could buy ambient food by the bucketload.
He transplants his vast library (which mainly looks like those rows of fake books you see in displays at furniture stores) to a modest corner shop, where he's met with indifference, ingratitude and even outright hostility.
The Vitamin Shoppe, founded in 1977 as a corner shop in New York City, helps consumers meet their recommended daily requirements.
My Dad's Corner Shop, by Ray Grewal, takes the stereotypical Asian shop as its setting but creates a wistful drama that has absolutely nothing to do with arranged marriages and racism.
Work mixes with habitat; pedestrians and cyclists predominate over cars; the bus service is good; there's the odd corner shop like in the old days.
ANY lingeringdoubts about the location of this corner shop (featured in the Yesterdays sup-Y plement on street lighting in Cardiff) have been laid to rest thanks to an image sent in by reader Elwyn Lillywhite.