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The couple have been grocery shopping in person, patronizing stores during less busy times, and only shopping at places where people wear masks reliably, he said.
Players cannot “patronize or enter internal venues other than the designated hotel, the practice facility or the game arena,” the protocols state, and each NHL city has a league-designated hotel for visiting clubs.
We’ve patronized the restaurants, bars, and other risky indoor areas that have reopened.
EVERYONE FAILED ON COVID-19GERMAN LOPEZDECEMBER 18, 2020VOX
When they shut down the hotels, there was no work, no people coming in here and no people coming up to the city and patronizing the businesses.
We got a lot of people who patronize this beer hall, and we just decided you’re some of the folks we don’t want to serve anymore.
Artists themselves differ in their judgments, and many who patronize them have no severity of discrimination.
In the course of the afternoon nearly all the white men on hunting bent show up at the hotel and patronize the bar.
IN AFRICAJOHN T. MCCUTCHEON
She was capable and kindly, and our friendship became firmly rooted when she discovered that we intended to patronize her shop.
PARIS VISTASHELEN DAVENPORT GIBBONS
He is the idol of equivocal women, and condescends to patronize unpresentable gentility-mongers.
It was part—and an excellent part—of the pose of Grand Monarchy to patronize literature and the sciences.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION