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Encyclopedia > Smiths (supermarket)

Smiths is a chain of supermarkets in the in the southwest. Once prominent in Arizona, they were bought out by Kroger and were subsequently converted to Frys grocery stores. Many still remain in Nevada.


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Keeping Up With The Smiths (1753 words)
Smith got an easier, minimum-wage job doing field work at a winery, where her natural warmth and easy facility with Spanish (picked up while at university and during summer vacations bumming around on Mexican beaches) led her to promptly be promoted to a field "foreman" running a latino crew.
Smith, who had an innate commitment to being responsible in contractual relationships and an ability to recognize and relate to other peoples' self-interests and viewpoints, soon upgraded his contacts in the forestry business and became a self-employed contractor, living in a tent doing timber surveys in summer.
Smith left her 9-5 at the winery and joined him in the woods and on his annual trips to LA. Though they now only worked about six hard overtime months a year, and hung out the rest, during that time the Smiths made about the same amount of money that the Joneses earned all year.
Elf - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4598 words)
From the time of year (close to the autumnal equinox) and the elves' association with fertility and the ancestors, we might assume that it had to do with the ancestor cult and the life force of the family.
Full-sized famous men could be elevated to the rank of elves after death, such as the petty king Olaf Geirstad-Elf, and the smith hero Völund (titled as "ruler of elves" in the Völundarkviða).
They are great smiths and fierce warriors on the side of good.
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