I don't recall ever seeing him in the commissary, and who would forget?
With generic brand cigarettes sold in commissary for about a dollar each, packs were an effective unit of currency.
To cook the macaroni the commissary sold hotpots, which you needed a permit to possess and could only buy one a time.
I suspect [Teresa] will get money sent in to her, so she can shop at the commissary.
A book of 20 stamps sells for $9 on the commissary, but represents a $6 value on the compound.
The necessity of a commissary department was also discovered.
He was rewarded with the appointment of commissary of Police at Niort.
"Excuse me, monsieur," he said to the commissary in a low tone.
Thereupon she handed Muche's books and the copies set by Florent to the commissary.
It was time he did so, for the commissary of police was already upon the threshold.
mid-14c., "one to whom special duty is entrusted by a higher power," from Medieval Latin commissarius, from Latin commissus "entrusted," past participle of committere (see commit). Originally ecclesiastical; the military sense of "official in charge of supply of food, stores, transport" dates to late 15c. Hence "storeroom" (1882) and "dining room in a larger facility" (1929, American English).