commissary department n.
548 On Commissary Goldie's Brains
Filder, William (1789-1861), commissary officer
CARRINGTON, Charles Walter (1859 - 1941), Commissary for the Bishop of Quebec
HOBDAY, Thomas Francis (1847 - 1938), late Commissary General in Chief, India
ROBINSON, Wellesley Gordon Walker (1839 - 1908), retired Commissary-General
TROTTER, Edward Bush (1842 - 1920), Commissary to Bishop of Trinidad, 1918
Coffin, Sir Edward Pine (1784-1862), commissary officer
Le Mesurier, Havilland (1758-1806), merchant and commissary officer
2626 LOCKE to COMMISSARY JAMES BLAIR, 16 October 1699 (2545)
2380 COMMISSARY JAMES BLAIR to LOCKE, 20 January 1698 (2545)
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n. pl. -ies
1 a restaurant in a military base, prison, or other institution.
2 a store that sells food and drink to members of an organization, especially a large grocery store on a military base.
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