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  • noun Plural form of restaurateur.

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Examples

  • The so-called Costco initiative has support from some large retailers, grocery outlets and some big-name restaurateurs who appear in this TV ad.

    Costco Battles For Cheaper Booze In Wash. State

  • Big-name restaurateurs tell us that their corporate business rose last year, but it was still down from pre-recession levels.

    The Burger and Fries Recovery

  • And effective spokespeople, such as restaurateurs Dan and David Barber, who feature items from their family's Blue Hill Farm in their restaurant of the same name, have cropped up around the county to make the case for the benefits of food from nearby.

    David M. Abromowitz: Farmonomics: It's All About the Land

  • "He knew all the girls of easy virtue, he knew the pimps, he knew the racetrack tipsters and, of course, the restaurateurs, which is where he learnt his business as a chef.

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  • "He knew all the girls of easy virtue, he knew the pimps, he knew the racetrack tipsters and, of course, the restaurateurs, which is where he learnt his business as a chef.

    The Herald | HeraldOnline.com - Front

  • "He, during the 1950s and 1960s, was a real Soho figure, he knew all the girls of easy virtue, he knew the pimps, he knew the racetrack tipsters and, of course, the restaurateurs, which is where he learnt his business as a chef.

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  • "He knew all the girls of easy virtue, he knew the pimps, he knew the racetrack tipsters and, of course, the restaurateurs, which is where he learnt his business as a chef.

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  • "He, during the 1950s and 1960s, was a real Soho figure, he knew all the girls of easy virtue, he knew the pimps, he knew the racetrack tipsters and, of course, the restaurateurs, which is where he learnt his business as a chef.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • His decision to "just let it melt" meant that local restaurateurs and retailers lost the holiday revenues they depend upon to maintain their businesses; some did not survive.

    Dear Fireman Randy (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • And advise the restaurateurs -- those who have survived last December -- to do the same?

    Dangerous liaisons? You can be one. (Jack Bog's Blog)

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