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EARNING A LIVING: The late, great Joe Mercer at one || of his West Kirby greengrocery stores in the 1950s
He said he has told them, "You guys wouldn't be able to run a greengrocery with your ideas.
We helped her set up a greengrocery shop and paid her rent for a while.
ANTALYA, Mar 17, 2009 (TUR) -- Director General of Agricultural Products & Services (ANTBIRLIK) in southern province of Antalya said on Tuesday that there was a great demand from Greece to greengrocery.
Yes, all over Wales people have been going into their lofts for that box of greengrocery which had grown into the shapes of figures from history and the world of celebrity.
One of their sons, John, then 18, chose to stay behind to run the family greengrocery business.
Brecht's drama, to Adorno, very often achieves only a trivialization of the real: one example he gives is of Brecht's play about the rise of Fascism, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, in which the Fascists are allegorized as a greengrocery cartel called the Cauliflower Trust.
Basic amenities are within an easy 10 minute walk, including schools and day care, as well as a swimming pool, public library, video store, greengrocery, butcher, coffee shop, theater and health food store.
The jobs that come under study include restaurant employee, domestic worker, greengrocery worker, and taxi driver.
But we are no more overstaffed with bad hats than the worlds of dentistry, high finance or greengrocery.
Redbridge Caterfresh scooped the top 2003 title after winning widespread praise for the supply of Six Continents Retail's fresh greengrocery products.
Georgia's grandparents Mario and Gabriella have sold their greengrocery in the suburbs and Mario loves to go fishing.
Modern farming culture in Britain has led to a deterioration of the close links between local farms and small market towns; the market in Witney includes everything from coats and shoes to toys and discounted greengrocery, but local farm produce is sold across the country; the nearest cattle market used to be in Banbury, and even this has now closed down.
Mrs Reid, whose father was a market gardener and whose mother ran a small greengrocery business, pieced together several scholarships to enable her to go from Kent to study French in Manchester.