Examples of commissary in a Sentence
will serve as commissary of religious education for the whole diocese
Recent Examples of commissary from the Web
Not only are periods prohibitively expensive – in part, due to price gouging of tampons by commissaries – but often a monthly source of humiliation, even abuse.
There, 25 refugees, most of them women, work as catering chefs, producing the traditional dishes of their home countries from a commissary kitchen in Long Island City, Queens.
Detainees were only allowed to spend that pay at the commissary operated by CoreCivic, the complaint says.
GoFundMe campaigns raised money for their commissary and for their wives and children back home.
Inmates generally paid them with checks made out from their commissary accounts or with cash and money orders.
Because her family put money in her commissary, DaLuise could acquire small comforts, like a travel-sized bottle of Head & Shoulders shampoo and Neutrogena face soap to augment the lye bar.
Edoardo Bacci, chef at the Bristol's catering kitchen, said the restaurant's been serving the appetizer since the late 1970s, and its commissary is now responsible for wrapping at least 1,000 wontons every day.
This year’s special weekend, March 10 and 11, will feature areas including the aquatic and reptile center, winter quarters, the train shop and the commissary.
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Origin and Etymology of commissary
COMMISSARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of commissary for English Language Learners
: a store that sells food and basic household supplies on a military base or in a prison
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