baker's

baker's

(ˈbeɪkəz)
n
a bakery or shop run by a baker selling bread and usually cakes, buns etc
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Cummings, a Baptist minister well known in that part of the country, was driving by Baker's farm one night.
A few paces further on was a baker's shop, which seemed to have a gay and merry man for a master.
This was called Baker's Bay, and here the Tonquin was anchored.
I had heard before that we were to breakfast there, but Blucher said he believed Baker's boy had suggested it to his Imperial Highness.
The poor child no more conceived at present the idea that the young squire could ever be her lover than a baker's pretty daughter in the crowd, whom a young emperor distinguishes by an imperial but admiring smile, conceives that she shall be made empress.
I was glad, when I came home from school at noon, to see a farm-wagon standing in the back yard, and I was always ready to run downtown to get beefsteak or baker's bread for unexpected company.
Rabbit took a basket and her umbrella, to the baker's.
The baker's eyes were small and red and his black hair and beard were filled with flour dust.
I got food--sour, hard, and mouldy, but quite eatable--in a baker's shop here.
The sight of these poor revellers appeared to interest the Spirit very much, for he stood with Scrooge beside him in a baker's doorway, and taking off the covers as their bearers passed, sprinkled incense on their dinners from his torch.
The banquet was appointed for a Sunday, and Miss Rugg with her own hands stuffed a leg of mutton with oysters on the occasion, and sent it to the baker's--not THE baker's but an opposition establishment.
She walked over the meadow, and presently she came upon a baker's oven full of bread, and the loaves cried out to her, 'Take us out, take us out, or alas