In the essay, Havel imagines a grocer hanging a "Workers of the World, Unite!"
The grocer associations and food companies face a political conundrum.
Barthelemy moved into her $800-a-month apartment after a Bangladeshi friend saw an ad at the grocer on the corner.
At Walmart, which is many peoples' grocer, clothier, and auto supply shop, long lines would cost them a lot of business.
Costco is doing very well for a grocer, but very poorly for a department store, the category to which Walmart technically belongs.
"Mr. Gottlieb is the grocer from whom the Joneses bought their supplies," said Chick, who had advanced to Nick's side.
For a hero he will have "a grocer, and he shall do admirable things."
A grocer one night heard sounds in his shop, and, venturing into the dark, he laid hold of a thief.
grocer Purvis closed the book carefully and replaced it on the desk.
And now let's throw the plot, at a hazard, around the lovely Susan, the grocer's clerk.
early 15c. (mid-13c. as a surname), "one who buys and sells in gross," from Anglo-French grosser, Old French grossier, from Medieval Latin grossarius "wholesaler," literally "dealer in quantity," from Late Latin grossus "coarse (of food), great, gross" (see gross). Sense of "a merchant selling individual items of food" is 16c.