thrift store


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thrift store

n.
A shop that sells used articles, especially clothing, as to benefit a charitable organization. Also called thrift shop.
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As the dust around thrift store shopping settles and Dubai's elite popularise the concept of bagging bargains, there's never been a better time to invest in seconds, charity and thrift stores.
THRIFT STORE COULD POSSIBLEY BE USED FOR RESTAURANT SEATING, ANOTHER BUSINESS OR GIVE UP THE LEASE.
In Thrift Store Saints: Meeting Jesus 25cents at a Time (Loyola Press), Knuth describes how she reluctantly agreed 13 years ago to volunteer at a St.
Thrift stores carry many treasures and Author, Olive Evans, shares her found charms she has purchased over the years in the storybook, Adventures with the Thrift Store Bears.
were waiting to see how the law would affect their large thrift store operations.
Aguilar is a dedicated thrift store shopper, who would sojourn to his favorite spots with family members visiting from out of town.
Toward that end, Pitts and his wife, LeAnna, have opened the Teen Challenge Thrift Store, a 4,400-square-foot space just off Springfield's Mohawk Boulevard next to Bi-Mart.
Halifax -- The Salvation Army Strawberry Hill Thrift Store in Halifax was robbed by a man carrying a gun.
She knew empty fridges and the attendant growling stomach, thrift store clothes, drunken furies, dreams of quick riches, a house falling apart, the contempt of others, the value of schools and libraries, and the need to be resourceful beyond her years.
With colorful illustrations by Patricia Wooley visually enhancing the charming poetry of Olive Evans, and an accompanying CD featuring the music of Jim Furmston, The Thrift Store Bears tells the stories of all sorts teddy bears found in a thrift store.
Perhaps the most energy-efficient choice in tableware is to simply head down to your local thrift store and buy it used.