fruiterer


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A fruiterer bumps against the narrator, pushing him into a pile of paving-stones; the narrator slightly sprains his ankle and keeps his eyes to the ground, noticing overlapping and riveted blocks at a later point in the walk; this invites reflection upon "stereotomy" which in turn suggests "atomies, and thus .
Prime suspect Jon Finch turns to friendly fruiterer Barry Foster for help, unaware that his smiling chum is the killer.
Wray Street: Brittania Foundry (also known as W Richards); Middlesbrough Co-op (grocery dept); Middlesbrough Co-op (coal order dept); A Dewan (cafe); J T Wears (hairdresser); Westo (fish and chips); Erimus Engines; R H Battersby (general stores), J R Bland (cycle dealer); B M Harrison (general stores), and North Ormesby Road Post Office (also fruiterer in same shop).
A store was first opened at the Newgate Street site in 1884 with it initially a paper shop and subsequently Elliott fruiterer and stationer.
The development has recently seen the completion of work to extend the former Woolworths building to create a new unit for WHSmith, and also an extension of a new front unit for greengrocer and fruiterer Joe Richards.
John Hand, a 35-year-old cart-owner and fruiterer, was found hanging from his bedpost by two knotted handkerchiefs.
Left, health authority chairman Noreen Edwards presents commemorative plates to patients watched by nurses and administration staff as they enter the new pounds 33m Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor on September 14 1984; Left, retired Caernarfon fruiterer Richard Williams and wife Margaret celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in October 1993; William and Kathleen Derry pictured at their Ruthin home on November 6 as they celebrate their Diamond wedding anniversary in 1989; Left, spinster Tina Pugh, 71, popped the question in a Leap Year to Neville Hewitt, 68.
Crescent Fruiterer has relabelled all the fruit it has in stock and will sell it in bags stamped with the slogan, 'It could happen in your street'.
In Glasgow, fruiterer Harry Angus, 55, said: "I will support any campaign to save Scots jobs.
In the days when Spanish grapes arrived in wooden boxes and filled with cork pellets, the fruiterer often discovered that if packed in a dewy atmosphere, the fruit would have developed a bloom and was rejected.
So did Councillor Paul Church, a local fruiterer who had much of his trade from older customers.
Ernest was a master fruiterer by trade who joined the Royal Warwickshire Regt in 1915 and survived the Great War.
Specked (bruised or damaged) fruit and tomatoes were bought from the greengrocer or fruiterer.
Town and Fartown both sent players to give exhibitions, Harry Howarth the fruiterer was the instigator and all proceeds went to improving the club.
Sir Terry Leahy in front of a Tesco store; Steve Radford, left , and Adrian Costain, right; Allerton Road fishmonger Brian Shrigley, fruiterer Carol Bilsborough, and butcher Martin Cotgrave, have seen trade hit by large supermarket chains; Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY