chemist's shop

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a retail shop where medicine and other articles are sold

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The growing popularity of photography meant that, by the 1900s, most towns had studios, which used their local chemist's shop to buy the chemicals needed for their work.
She said: "I'm looking forward to my chemist's shop being brought back to its former glory.
TWO men pulled from a blazing car which ploughed into a Staffordshire chemist's shop were lucky to be alive, ambulance crews said.
My father owned the chemist's shop next to Clark's Pies in Cowbridge Road East and is standing third on the right with my mother on the left side acting as a nurse
A JUDGE made a plea for a chemist's shop assistant not to lose her job after she was convicted of a drugs offence.
Some villagers would also like to know the fate of the existing surgery which incidentally is ideally placed for buses; the chemist's shop and the community centre if and when the scheme finally gets approval.
AN armed robber held up a chemist's shop demanding cash and drugs.
The 35-year-old paparazzo, who grew up in Small Heath, was said to have been spotted in a chemist's shop with Britney who was holding a pregnancy kit.
Ms Farrell, who works in a chemist's shop, is also charged with possessing cannabis.
Office workers at nearby Sun Alliance Insurance were sent home for the day and Sweetman's baker and a chemist's shop were shut for the afternoon.
TWO people were charged today after thieves twice targeted a charity box placed in a chemist's shop to raise money for the Madeleine McCann fund, police said.
A Birmingham chemist's shop was almost destroyed by fire yesterday - just months after it underwent a pounds 25,000 refurbishment to repair damage caused in last summer's tornado.
AN armed raider who ran out of luck at a bookies robbed a chemist's shop hours later.
The chemist's shop had been planned for Knock, Co Mayo, an area visited by more than a million people each year, and Pope John Paul held a mass ceremony there during his Irish visit.
A photographer's studio and chemist's shop will open their doors in the 1900s Town - the latest additions to the County Durham museum where history comes to life.