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  • proper n. Plural form of Walmart, that is, several Walmart stores.

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Examples

  • Granted, most lighting in Walmarts is probably flourescent already, but it would look good for them.

    WALMART GOES FLUORESCENT | Inhabitat

  • It is a well known fact that it is NOT ALWAYS a good idea to put your eggs in Walmarts basket!.

    Dell does retail | Sync Blog

  • NOPD already had a reputation for corruption, but I am telling you now that the people we've been talking to say they are not recognizing the NOPD as a legitimate authority anymore, since cops have been seen looting in Walmarts and forcing people out of stores so they could back up SUVs and loot them.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • As I mentioned we do shop in Walmarts & Sam's but I will also admit to some guilt as I do know of the secret meetings, the environmental issues and the reputation Walmart has for employment practices - forced overtime, promotions of men over women, heavy use of part-time employees who get little or no benefits, etc.

    Walmart in Patzcuaro?

  • He said the four full-scale casinos would act as "Walmarts," sucking customers out of mom-and-pop bars and driving them out of business.

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  • CHICAGO — The fight over building more Walmarts in the city of Chicago has spilled over into the Illinois governor's race, with Republican Bill Brady joining with an influential black minister Wednesday to support the big box chain's expansion.

    Wal-Mart Now An Issue In The Illinois Governor's Race

  • CHICAGO mdash; The fight over building more Walmarts in the city of Chicago has spilled over into the Illinois governor

    Wal-Mart Now An Issue In The Illinois Governor's Race

  • Pat Quinn, who has courted union backing in the governor's race, said Tuesday he was encouraged by the negotiations that could bring more Walmarts to Chicago.

    Wal-Mart Now An Issue In The Illinois Governor's Race

  • Of course there are Walmarts near me, this is the United States, we're lousy with Walmarts.

    Barry Crimmins: Sickened Ire

  • Air travel and other vehicle emissions, including huge tankers bringing "stuff" from Asia for our local Walmarts, are a core cause of escalating global warming, ocean degradation, species extinction and human and animal disease.

    Linda Buzzell: Dreams of Green Travel

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