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Post Exchange

Abbr. PX
A service mark used for a store on a military base that sells goods to military personnel and their families or to authorized civilians.

post exchange

n
(Military) US a government-subsidized shop operated mainly for military personnel. Abbreviation: PX

post′ exchange`


n.
a retail store on a military post.
[1890–95]
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Noun1.post exchange - a commissary on a United States Army postpost exchange - a commissary on a United States Army post
commissary - a retail store that sells equipment and provisions (usually to military personnel)
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If one random night I just want to chill at the (Post Exchange) -- and I never do that -- he'll usually be there, too.
He also shipped Zippo lighters to all military bases, ship stores and Post Exchange stores.
This included the post exchange restaurant, which some of the white personnel never used.
The library is housed in a building on Yongsan Garrison that had previously been the Post Exchange, and it was likely constructed in haste so U.S.
External panelists to the Post exchange test items for the participating countries.
Church and some other men stopped at a post exchange for beer and cigarettes, only to discover something unexpected in the nearby underbrush.
Third, there must be room for a bookstore and Post Exchange (staffed by the larger Army and Air Force Exchange Service located at Fort Lee).
Mar 3 0930-1030 Sip & Share: Grab a coffee at Starbucks and meet us to chat at Fort Meade Post Exchange, Fort Meade, MD
The family saw a bigger profit margin in trading imported goods, then known as PX (post exchange) goods.
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The pattern of decrement in TSB values Post Exchange were similar amongst the various causes.
Pre and Post Exchange values of the above described biochemical parameters were analyzed statistically applying the student's paired t-test.