Which 90's American sitcom
character's name means: "a dealer in provisions of a specific
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One who makes or sells candles or who
deals in provision of a specific kind is a chandler. For example, a ship's
chandler provisioned the ship. The sitcom is "Friends." The word derives from
the Latin candela, candle
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