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  • noun Plural form of mart.

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Examples

  • If you compare the salaries of Costco's that near Wal-marts, that is, in the same cities, their pay differences aren't that dramatic, if there are any at all.

    girlcott costco

  • Outsiders are called marts and are generally frowned upon.

    The Light Ages

  • Outsiders are called marts and are generally frowned upon.

    Archive 2004-08-01

  • You'll discover over a hundred reasons why not to make the trip to the giant malls and "-marts" of the suburbs.

    New Heights | mid-Nov '08/mid-Jan '09

  • You'll discover over a hundred reasons why not to make the trip to the giant malls and "-marts" of the suburbs.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Back before there were those giant, all-encompassing "- marts," there was a similar idea on a smaller scale: the general store.

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  • Come to think of it, if we photosynthesize, it would also mean a change in our food spending, so grocery stores and convenience marts would disappear ... which would mean that stoners with the munchies would be completely out of luck.

    INTERVIEW: Paolo Bacigalupi

  • That's certainly one argument used against opening up the retail sector, for instance: A 2009 parliamentary committee thought that the presence of Wal-marts and Carrefours in India would drive mon-and-pop stores out of business.

    How India Can Cope With Plenty

  • Think of Hindu or Korean mini-marts, Chinese laundromats, all of the ethnic restaurants, etc..

    Think Progress » GOP plans on reintroducing legislation to ban and deport immigrants from ‘terrorist’ countries.

  • Over here we have quickie marts or corner convenience stores called 7-11's that sell a ridiculously large amount of soda from the fountain in a container called a Big Gulp.

    Britpick Question

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