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  • 1. A grocery store is a store thatretails food. A grocer, theowner of a grocery store,stocks different kinds of foodsfrom assorted places andcultures, and sells these"groceries" to customers.Large grocery stores that stock
  • 2. Small grocery storesthat mainly sell fruitsand vegetables areknown as producemarkets (U.S.) orgreengrocers (Britain),and small grocery storesthat predominantly sellsnack foods andsandwiches are knownas convenience storesor delicatessens.
  • 3. P.S 219 stands as a perfect example of how a whole canbecome more than the sum of its parts.Although we have staff that varies widely in experience andcultural background, we share a common vision that focusesour efforts on improving student achievement.Our shared experiences as a former S.U.R.R school have built aschool culture around the joint responsibility of community andschool to educate our children so that they may becomeproductive members of society.Our motto,"Achieving Excellence" expresses this commitmentand is representative of our culture.
  • 4. A restaurant ( /ˈ ɛstərə ror /ˈ ɛstərɒnt/; French: r[ʁɛs.tɔ.ʁɑ]) is an establishmenwhich prepares and servfood and drink tocustomers in return formoney, either paid beforthe meal, after the meal,with a running tab. Mealare generally served andeaten on premises, butmany restaurants alsooffer take-out and fooddelivery services.Restaurants vary greatlyappearance and offeringincluding a wide varietythe main chefs cuisinesand service models.
  • 5. A restaurant owner is called arestaurateur both words derivefrom the French verb restaurer,meaning "to restore". Professionalartisans of cooking are calledchefs, while preparation staff andline cooks prepare food items in amore systematic and less artisticfashion.
  • 6. Pharmacy is the healthprofession that links the healthsciences with the chemicalsciences and it is charged withensuring the safe and effectiveuse of pharmaceutical drugs. Theword derives from the(pharmakon), meaning "drug" or"medicine"[
  • 7. Pharmacy is the health profession that links the health sciences with the chemical sciencesand it is charged with ensuring the safe and effective use of pharmaceutical drugs. Theword derives from the (pharmakon), meaning "drug" or "medicine"

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