But he still had his drink and his gun in the grocery when he allegedly answered spit with bullets.
Despite the growing availability of gluten-free items, grocery shopping remains unnerving.
If you are in the market to buy, “Your art budget is somewhere between your grocery budget and your savings budget,” he says.
For example: When I was told to dress like a “movie star” for an audition, it turned out the audition was for a grocery store.
Harris said that Höss appeared like a “grocery clerk,” someone you would pay no attention to if you met him on the street.
This you will draw upon as you have need, for grocery bills, to pay Jacob, etc.
They went into the place, and found a grocery store and post-office.
"O, don't feel bad about it," said the grocery man, as he opened the door for the old lady.
The baskets come from the grocery store, and my mama makes the cookies.
He drove to Main Street first and tied his horse before the grocery that received his infrequent patronage.
mid-15c., "goods sold by a grocer" (now groceries, 1630s), earlier the name of the Grocer's Hall in London (early 15c.), from Old French grosserie, from grossier (see grocer). Meaning "a grocer's shop" is 1828, American English.
GROCERY. A grocer's shop. This word is not in the English dictionaries except in the sense of grocer's ware, such as tea, sugar, spice, etc.; in which sense we also use it in the plural. [Bartlett, "Dictionary of Americanisms," 1859]Self-service groceries were a novelty in 1913 when a Montana, U.S., firm copyrighted the word groceteria (with the ending from cafeteria used in an un-etymological sense) to name them. The term existed through the 1920s.