newsagent's


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newsagent's

(ˈnjuːzˌeɪdʒənts)
n
(Commerce) Brit a shop that sells newspapers and magazines
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Makhanjeet Singh, owner of Lee Green newsagents, had parked his car outside another newsagent's shop in Knowl Road early yesterday morning, to pick his share of the morning newspapers, when smoke began pouring from his car.
A police officer visited a local shop and post office in Corsham to make an assessment of community tensions and, if appropriate, encourage the newsagent's owner to be vigilant.
APOPULAR newsagent's has come on to the market in Sunderland.
The very least that Camelot should do is to agree to the newsagent's request for an independent investigation into the apparent malfunction of the Lottery machine in the shop.
THE stabbing of an Arabic man outside a newsagent's in Toxteth may have been the result of mistaken identity.
Every month from now to December, we'll be offering a prize for the winning newsagent's shop as well as the reader who nominates them.
A balaclava-clad robber wielding a handgun stole cash and lottery cards from a newsagent's shop during a daring raid.
The couple, who ran a newsagent's shop only doors away from their home in Chell Heath Road, Bradley, Stoke-on-Trent, were also convicted of conspiracy to commit arson and conspiracy to defraud the National Federation of Retail Newsagents' Insurance Company of pounds 169,000.
Scottish Newsagent of the Year - pounds 10,000 in investment in the winning newsagent's business including a hightech EPoS Computer system plus news and magazine racking
TYERMANS Newsagent's in East Herrington, Sunderland has been reduced in price.
The local newsagent is one shop we all take for granted and never give a thought to the newsagent's daily routine of early rising to sort out the papers.