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see shopping centershopping center,
a concentration of retail, service, and entertainment enterprises designed to serve the surrounding region. The modern shopping center differs from its antecedents—bazaars and marketplaces—in that the shops are usually amalgamated into one
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mall

1. A public plaza, walk, or system of walks, often set with trees and designed for pedestrian use.
3. A heavy wood mallet; a maul.

maul, mall

maul
1. A heavy, wooden mallet. 2.See beetle.

mall

1. a shaded avenue, esp one that is open to the public
2. short for shopping mall

mall

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A collection of World-Wide Web documents featuring commercial products and services, usually served by one particualr Internet access provider.
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Leap said he could not speak about why one shopping mall, for example, might be on the list and not another.
BY THE END OF NEXT YEAR, EVERY REMOTE CITY, TOWN AND VILLAGE IN Argentina's vast territory will have access to a shopping mall backed by financier George Soros.
The problems experienced by suburban regional shopping malls do not appear to be due solely to overbuilding.
An anti-war coalition in New Jersey began distributing literature and requesting donations at privately owned shopping malls.
Within this car-fixated context, vast, hermetically sealed shopping malls are an integral feature of the landscape.
To the chagrin of malls owners, New Jersey's top court recently ruled that political and social groups may leaflet in regional shopping malls.