Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of drugstore.

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Examples

  • And Kiss My Face, which I think is also carried in drugstores and so on, where it is easier to find.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • And Kiss My Face, which I think is also carried in drugstores and so on, where it is easier to find.

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  • The Stone Canyon must have been one of those phantom groups that record labels created to sell cheap records in drugstores; their rendition has a loose ‘n funky Blood, Sweat & Tears vibe but it’s generic and badly arranged.

    2007 October : Scrubbles.net

  • The Stone Canyon must have been one of those phantom groups that record labels created to sell cheap records in drugstores; their rendition has a loose ‘n funky Blood, Sweat & Tears vibe but it’s generic and badly arranged.

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  • In nine days, Random House will place 5 million softcover copies of the Dan Brown religious thriller in drugstores, supermarkets, convenience stores, truck stops, fast-food chains and airport shops as well as bookstores.

    March 2006

  • In nine days, Random House will place 5 million softcover copies of the Dan Brown religious thriller in drugstores, supermarkets, convenience stores, truck stops, fast-food chains and airport shops as well as bookstores.

    The Old Main Drag

  • As I am quite sure none of the chain drugstores around here offer this product, I used tasteless and nonburning grapeseed oil, from the heathfood store, in a spray.

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  • As I am quite sure none of the chain drugstores around here offer this product, I used tasteless and nonburning grapeseed oil, from the heathfood store, in a spray.

    Toast:

  • The arrival of an over-the-counter morning-after pill in American drugstores has been delayed by a disappointing, politically motivated decision by the Food and Drug Administration.

    05/09/2004

  • In at least the early (1988) edition of Carl Franz's classic The People's Guide to Mexico I've got kicking around, Franz recommended purchasing Yodo para lavar veduras in drugstores, and using 1-2 drops per quart of water to sanitize vegetables.

    Question ;Microdyne

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