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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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But the proposals to transform the Market Place are not seen as being in keeping with such a historic area, and I have sympathy with that point of view.
Coinciding with the launch of this new service, Market Place Media announced that it is conducting a campaign for Dr.
A city centre cafe owner described much-criticised seating in the Market Place as "like cast-offs from a redundant 1970s shopping centre" while resident Patricia Wynn, from St Goderic's Court, Durham, described the work carried out as "amateurish and shambolic.
The Market Place has evolved and changed several times over the decades, with the current layout dating from 1974.
We're extremely excited about the prospects for our Financial Market Place and for our partnership with a first class organization like Target," said Charles Buckner, group president, community banking.
TOPs, a telecom expense management company, is now an exclusive vendor for Dealer Market Place and its members who seek cost reduction solutions for their telecommunications services.
They miss the red telephone boxes which enhanced the character of the Market Place.
Blyth resident Jonathan Rodger said: "The scheme to regenerate the Market Place is further great news for the town.
We're extremely pleased with the overwhelming turnout and enthusiasm at today's Market Place, which represents the commitment major Southern California companies have to providing minority and women owned businesses the support and help they need in today's highly competitive business climate," said Bonnie Soodik, vice president and deputy general manager for Operations at McDonnell Douglas Aerospace.
Completely updated for 2008, Food and Beverage Market Place contains more information than ever before, including thousands of new entries, and enhancements to many existing entries.
Harvey Dowdy, director of Durham City Vision, and Neil Foster, county council cabinet member for economic regeneration, were speaking as a restored Neptune statue was delivered back to the Market Place, a few yards from its original location.
More than 60 trees will be planted in Blyth market place.