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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishWoolworthsWool‧worths /ˈwʊlwəθs $ -wərθs/ trademark  a chain of large stores in many UK cities and towns until 2009 when they were all closed down. They used to sell many different types of goods at low prices, including sweets, toys, writing paper, and things for your house. In the UK, Woolworth's was informally called Woolie's.
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