victualer


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Synonyms for victualer

a supplier of victuals or supplies to an army

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Victualer, who were essentially importers, strove to monopolize the trade in fish, wine, poultry, meat, bread, fruit or vegetables, and thereby drive up prices.
Town Manager Christopher Clark tacked on a concurrent two-week suspension of its entertainment and common victualer licenses.
In other business, selectmen approved common victualer licenses for a new gourmet cupcake shop owned by Renee King, The Queen's Cups at 238 Millbury Ave.
Lazo had his common victualer license revoked in May, doesn't have a valid payment agreement for $12,484 in back taxes, no certificate of occupancy and limited evidence of final completion.
The board also approved a new common victualer license for the former Arlron's Restaurant on Pleasant Street.
Two local restaurants were awarded common victualer licenses this week.
Kinnard, said a third-party listed as Karin Chin is fronting $100,000 to purchase the common victualer, all-alcohol and entertainment licenses for the strip club.
The License Commission previously voted to revoke the common victualer and all-alcohol and entertainment licenses of Platinum Premier.
The club is shuttered and the License Commission voted in March to revoke its common victualer, all-alcohol and entertainment licenses.
The city License Commission revoked Platinum Premier's common victualer and all-alcohol and entertainment licenses in March.
The commission denied a transfer of a common victualer, all-alcohol and entertainment license from TR Limited LLC, doing business as Club Blu, 107 Water St.