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superette

(ˌsuːpəˈrɛt)
n
(Commerce) informal NZ a small store or dairy laid out along the lines of a supermarket
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Pour cette pharmacienne qui exerce au niveau de la Grande-Poste la question ne se pose meme pas : [beaucoup moins que]Nous ne pouvons pas laisser les gens sans medicaments.[beaucoup plus grand que] A la rue Khelifa-Boukhalfa, une superette etait pratiquement la seule ouverte.
"Right before Sale Superette opened, we had talked that we wanted to do this.
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JENRA claims to have started the concept of superette or mini-marts in the 1970s and has emerged as a large-scale supermarket brand.
Some are member owners, such as EM Heath Supermarket in Center Harbor, Bunny's Superette in Manchester and Patch's Market in Glen.
And the best known of the trio, Desramault, closed his lauded In de Wulf, in West Flanders, to open a higgledy-piggledy (and excellent) Ghent bakery and pizzeria called de Superette. In September, he'll launch a 16-seat restaurant with two interesting constraints: It will serve only food cooked on an open fire, and will stay open for only four years.
But many of the urns remain atop the building, now occupied by the Main Superette, the New You thrift store, and the Straight Up Cafe and Community Center.
For example, Jimmy Choo, Superette, and Duncan Quinn all ran advertising campaigns between 2006 and 2008 that featured models as murder victims, and which were styled in luxurious fashions, frequently presented in a retro style, and bearing stylised signs of violence or blood that did not disrupt the saleable markers of whiteness, youth, and available sexuality.
Other single-word oxymorons include firewater, spendthrift, wholesome, superette ("large small"), Connecticut ("Connect.
Pescatore's Superette crammed it all in, floor to ceiling.
Family-run mini markets can be found near the train station, while locals shop at the cheap Superette de la Californie (on Rue Alexandre III), and the Marche Forville--Cannes' daily farmers market--provides the area's freshest eats.