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marketplace

1. a place where a public market is held
2. the commercial world of buying and selling

marketplace

A building or open place in which produce, usually of local origin, is sold.
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A decline in the town's fortunes in the 20th century saw many parts of Prescot, and, indeed, Market Place, fall into disuse, the land sitting vacant for decades.
Then there were to be four pumps, one at each corner of the Market Place, from which the people might fetch water.
Today, Durham Market Place is still traffic-free and is a pleasant place to shop, enjoy a coffee, and see some interesting history.
Sanger's book is concerned with the way contracting out is affecting traditional public welfare programs, non-profits and commercial providers in the new welfare market place.
His business, Costas Kondylis and Partners LLP, contracts $5 to 6 billion a year, a testimony to its successful adaptation to the market place, which Kondylis calls an "evolutionary design process.
Adelstein has recently met with several merchants at the Market Place, and they are concerned that it is hard for customers to find them since that are three streets in the area with Nordhoff in the name.
Opportunity for change came with the liberation of the site between market place and railway station due to the demolition of one of Hengelo's largest and oldest factories.
This gives the industry a stable; independent standards based way to build market place applications.
Publishing Market Place Reference PLUS contains the 1994 editions of classic R.
DURHAM Market Place is to be transformed into a medieval town this weekend in aid of charity.
Inception Holdings SARL has awarded a contract worth Au14 million to Wates Construction for the redevelopment of Bolton Market Place into a new leisure and retail complex.