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bodega

n. a corner store; a local shop. (From a Spanish term for a wineshop, or simply borrowed from Hispanic speakers in the U.S.) I picked this little thing up at my local bodega.
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These producers enhance an already impressive collection of Spanish properties that includes Juve & Camps (DO Cava) and three members of the prestigious Grandes Pagos de Espana association: Marques de Grinon (DO de Pago Dominio de Valdepusa), Bodegas Enrique Mendoza (DO Alicante) and Finca Valpiedra (DOCa Rioja), wineries that are dedicated to the group's mission to produce single estate wines that are reflective of their distinct soils and climates.
Debbie Anderson, Director of Business at Sir John Fitzgerald Ltd, added: "We are absolutely thrilled the Bodega has been nominated again by local CAMRA members the team at the Bod RA members the team at the Bod R -ega are passionate about real ale and this win demonstrates their hard work and commitment.
The BBACC would like to thank Bodega Bay Lodge, Gourmet au Bay, Bodega Bay Veterinary, Bodega Country Store, Candy & Kites, East Shore Outfitters, Fishetarian, Lucas Wharf, Sonoma Concierge, Happy Camper Bodega Bay, Sandpiper Restaurant, and Osmosis Spa for their in-kind contributions, and their Media Partner California Living[TM] for supporting the BBACC's mission to promote Bodega Bay as the premiere California "Stay & Play" coastal destination it is, which in turn, helps to support Bodega Bay's businesses and community as a whole.
Largier, together with collaborators from Hokkaido and Kyoto universities in Japan and San Francisco State University, used data from radar sites at Bodega Bay, Trinidad, Calif.
With room for 70 dining covers and another 60 or so in the basement Sugar Loaf Bar, Bodega - which Matt describes as a "contemporary cantina" - aims to be a relaxed, drop-in restaurant/bar (no need to book unless your party is more than five people), serving fresh homemade food alongside authentic beers, wines and cocktails from the Latin continent.
Ventana's flagship La Bodega gold-silver project is located in northeastern Columbia immediately adjacent to Greystar Resource Ltd.
BODEGAS ARE convenience stores, usually owned by immigrants, that sell groceries, calling cards, and other sundries, and also sometimes cash paychecks or provide wire services for immigrants to send home remittances.
In an effort to combat skyrocketing rates of obesity, Type II Diabetes and other health problems in poor neighborhoods, New York City is launching a nutrition program that encourages bodega owners to promote 1% fat milk.
Having jumped the gun on NAFTA by buying into the 122-store Bodega Aurrera chain here in 1992 and taking it over five years later, Wal-Mart now owns 687 superstores in seventy-one Mexican cities under the marquee logos of Wal-Mart, Bodega Aurrera, Superama, and Sam's Club--plus fifty-two Suburbias (a more upscale department store chain) and 235 Vips restaurants.
The clams, barely half a centimeter across, have occasionally been noticed for decades in California's Bodega Harbor near San Francisco Bay.
Toward this end in New York, she said, "we are working with the Bodega Association of the United States [which represents about 7,000 stores throughout the state of New York alone] to determine the best way to educate bodega owners about the problem with selling antibiotics without a prescription.
What do the Ohio Appalachian Center for Higher Education (OACHE) and New York City's La Bodega de la Familia have in common?
But even if if the film's central location is entirely a fabrication, it's easy to accept that a grocery store like Eddie Ramirez's bodega would be a neighborhood institution.
Family Justice, through its storefront service, La Bodega de la Familia, is a non-profit organization that helps Lower East Side parolees through the reintegration process by using a unique family case management approach that calls upon the resources of families and community partners.
In the process, she meets her neighbors, and she begins to do jobs for them (babysitting, running errands down to the bodega on the ground level) to make money to go buy a bra: her little business is called "Just Ask Iris.