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drugstore

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drug store

(drŭg′stôr′)
n.
1. A pharmacy.
2. A store that contains a pharmacy and also sells products such as toiletries, cosmetics, household goods, and snacks.
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A shortage of licensed pharmacists across the Valley and throughout Southern California is forcing some drugstore chains to offer new pharmacy graduates as much as $25,000 in cash signing bonuses as they look to Canada and South Africa for new hires.
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Conversely, Gomez found that shoppers heading to drugstore sites for OTC products are younger, more likely to have young children and tend to have higher incomes than prescription buyers.
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com complies with all applicable state and federal laws and regulations governing the provision of drugstore products and information over the Internet.
Rite Aid is the largest operator of retail drugstores in the United States, with 2,809 stores in 22 eastern states and the District of Columbia, and revenues of approximately $5.
Drugstore consolidations like the proposed Rite Aid/Revco combination are fraught with peril for any drugstore retailer that desires to grow via acquisition.