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n. Chiefly British
A shop that sells food, especially candy and other sweets, in a school or institution.

[From British slang tuck, food, sweets, from tuck.]
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John, who won this year's FA Volunteer of the Year award for the Northumberland area with his wife Janice, 50, who put in around 60 hours a week between them, added: "The works will also affect our takings in the tuckshop.
Minister for Education, Training and Employment John-Paul Langbroek said the new facilities would feature 40 classrooms, an arts centre, staff centre, tuckshop and other essential amenities.
The friends, all 30, met at senior school - and set up a tuckshop together.
So Town fans should be grateful that Allam is not at the John Smith's Stadium helm as the possibility of the Terriers twinning Joe Lolley and Harry Bunn in attack would no doubt prompt an instant push to rename them Huddersfield Tuckshop.
Ali Oop (seller of saucy postcards) Mona Lott and Sophie Tuckshop.
4 What is the connection between Mona Lott, Sophie Tuckshop, Colonel Chinstrap and Bangor, North Wales?
In some Australian communities (such as the Queensland public school where we are undertaking our research), the consumption of Coca-Cola was so normalised, it was sold in the school tuckshop until the Queensland Government enforced the 'Smart Choices Healthy Food and Drink Supply Strategy for Queensland Schools' (Queensland Government, 2007).
No restaurant, but there's a cafe/bar, 24-hour tuckshop, online check-in, iPod stations, electric black-out curtains and great showers.
He began his work as leader of Centacare in 1988 in the disused tuckshop of Our Lady of Dolours Primary School, Chatswood.