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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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Like a typical brick-and-mortar pharmacy, drugstore.com was getting more than half (55%) of its sales from its pharmacy operation, according to then chief operating officer Kal Raman.
Even @KatieHeigl can't resist shopping #NYC's favorite drugstore", the tweet read.
Unfortunately, that strategy only profits drugstore owners at the expense of all the other businesses in their community.
The Boulder Group predicted that the single-tenant net-lease drugstore sector "will continue to remain active as investors seek the ability of this asset class and positive longterm fundamentals for the retail pharmacy sector."
"The large drugstore chains always can play around with their prices, offering lower [prices] than in a nearby single small drugstore.
Walgreens says it will fund the acquisition of drugstore.com with existing cash and that it anticipates the merger will close by the end of June.
The high-grade skin care line is available at drugstores, supermarkets and other mass-retailers.
To begin using the drugstore.com Smilebox service, customers need to download a free desktop application.
* To Weil's foundation: a "donation" of 1 percent of all supplement sales from Weil's Web sites and his section of drugstore.com;
As an aside, in our perverted Canadian justice system, the robber who was beaten by the drugstore owner would undoubtedly have sued for assault, had the crime occurred 15 years later.
"Everyone knows that you can get a milkshake or a hamburger or almost anything else in most modern drugstores," Hopkins replied, "so Jackson shouldn't be so shocked.