schnuck

schnook

and schnuck and shnook (ʃnʊk)
n. a naive person; a dope. (Yiddish.) What’s a good-looking dame like her doing with a shnook like him?

schnuck

verb
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Todd Schnuck, president and CEO, of Schnucks says, "The more we speak to our teams about nourishing people's lives, the more we find ways to make a difference.
Results of the trade group's "Price Synchronization/Scan-based Trading" pilot program with 12 food and beverage manufacturers, Schnuck Markets (St.
Eickermann is the former co-manager of Culinaria, market leader Schnuck Markets' upscale urban format store that opened in 2009 two miles away in the heart of downtown.
Louis-based Schnuck Markets have been attuned to the changing needs of shoppers, using customer comments about cleanliness and other issues to help set the company's direction.
health care leadership); Mary Ann Lee, (philanthropy); Lenore Pepper, (volunteer leadership); Darlene Roy, (child advocacy); Julie Schnuck, (children's services); Rabbi Susan Talve (humanitarian concerns); and Wyatt.
We worked very closely with Hussmann on all of the fixtures throughout the store and we're pleased with the results," said Ross Hutsel, Schnuck Markets' director of facilities engineering, as he conducted a tour of the retailer's Des Peres, Mo.
LOUIS SHOPPERS WERE IN FOR A SWEET MID-WINTER TREAT THANKS TO SCHNUCK MARKETS, which teamed with fellow St.
Schnuck Markets was honored as the 2010 Grocery Headquarters' Independent Retailer of the Year at a dinner at Annie Gunn's Restaurant in Chester field, Mo.
After Schnuck Markets purchased and closed a former National grocery store in Affton, community opinion leader Al Eckert waged a highly visible campaign to get a new supermarket installed in the location, which is near a Schnucks outlet.
LOUIS-BASED SCHNUCK MARKETS IS USING DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY to pinpoint potential security breakdowns of its internal databases before they occur.
The folks at Schnuck Markets bill themselves as "The friendliest stores in town," but they may be selling themselves short.