It was named Blue Frosty
21 in the US you can work in a convenience store at the age of 18...
The proper answer would be unknown. There were convenience stores all over the world. Even it wasn't being called convenience stores, those stores would still sell items for everyday use or convenience.
The motto of Tom's Convenience Store is 'U want it, U need it, U love it!'.
There really is no difference between the two. The parts in the convenience store are exactly the same as those of a hardware store. However, the location of a convenience store is usually more frequent in a given area.
Either "tobacconist" or "convenience store clerk."
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Ans1 >small store or shopAns2>Convenience store is a small retail store, often in a residential area, that carries a limited selection of items such as staples, junk food, and drugstore items, and which is open long hours for the convenience of shoppers.
Living close to a store is an example of a convenience benefit. When something makes your life easier it is a convenience benefit.
The mouthwash? Sure, you'd pick it up in a convenience store.
An Off-licence is a UK convenience store with permission to sell alcohol off the premises.
Each store has its own policies for accepting coupons. If it is part of a large chain of convenience stores, it is likely that they will accept coupons. Without knowing which convenience store it is, it is hard to answer your question. You can call the store and ask if they accept coupons.
Walked home from the convenience store.
A convenience store is "une épicerie" or "un magasin de quartier" in French, or "un dépanneur" in Canadian French.
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online...or at a supermarket, convenience store, department store, Ext.
Just down the block, at the end of the street, there's a convenience store.
Lifesavers can be purchased in almost any grocery store, department store, convenience store, etc.
Mag Flashlights can be purchased at any local convenience store. They can also be purchased online through Amazon or through a local convenience store such as Walmart.
a convenience store chain in Chile.