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How Waitrose used the grocer's apostrophe

by: Garry Pierrepont (6 July 2017)

Really, nothing needs to be said about this! The culprits were Waitrose, as revealed in The Daily Telegraph recently.

I suppose Waitrose is a grocery so using the grocer's apostrophe would be logical!

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Ref: 260 Oh dear, Waitrose. I'm not angry, just disappointed. I expect better from you.
Anne - 10:38 06-07-2017

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