I'm looking for an example of a commutative (preferably local) ring $R$ such that ${\rm dim}R>0$ and $R$ has the property that for each $P=Ann_R(r)\in {\rm Min}(R)$ we have $Ann_R(P)=Rr$.
This question is a followup of my previous question
I'm looking for an example of a commutative (preferably local) ring $R$ such that ${\rm dim}R>0$ and $R$ has the property that for each $P=Ann_R(r)\in {\rm Min}(R)$ we have $Ann_R(P)=Rr$. This question is a followup of my previous question 


I believe the graded ring $k[x,y]/(xy)$ satisfies this property. The minimal primes are just $(x)$, $(y)$ and the annihilators are just the other ideal. The dimension is 1. This is not however local. 

