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bazaar

, bazar
1. (esp in the Orient) a market area, esp a street of small stalls
2. a sale in aid of charity, esp of miscellaneous secondhand or handmade articles
3. a shop where a large variety of goods is sold

bazaar

A marketplace where goods are exposed for sale; esp. in the East, consisting either of small shops or stalls in a narrow street or series of streets, or of a certain section of town under one roof and divided into narrow passageways.
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ISLAMABAD -- As the huge rush was witnessed at weekly Sunday bazaars at G-6, encroacher could be seen selling products on the footpaths, creating inconveniences for pedestrians and motorists.
I came here with my children to buy clothes and shoes but still, we are searching the stalls with affordable prices,' said a woman shopper at H-9 Landa Bazaar.
We don't want to commercialise the model bazaar project as it will have a negative impact on commodity prices,' he said.
This year, as Yabang Pinoy celebrates another decade of Filipino creativity and ingenuity, Global Pinoy Bazaar will be done in three (3) separate and distinct occasions: 16th Global Pinoy Bazaar (Philippine Independence Edition) on June 30 to July 3; 17th Global Pinoy Bazaar (Made in the Philippines Edition) on August 10 to 14; and 18th Global Pinoy Bazaar (Paskong Pinoy Edition) on December 7 to 11.
The Chief Minister said that quality of daily use items, fruits and vegetables in Ramadan Bazaar Township is satisfactory while prices are reasonable and the people visiting this bazaar have expressed satisfaction over the arrangements.
In a recent statement, Omran has expressed that Bazaar Al Mina ought to act as "a modern business incubator" for new Omani businesses in the F&B and retail sectors.
Being able to purchase goods at half the price, most customers happily undergo the painstaking process of parking their cars in congested areas around the market and trudging around the bazaar, looking for deals and ignoring the heat and dust.
The money collected from the bazaar would be given to the victims of giant storm Sandy that hit northeastern parts of United States last month.
Differences: District Officer Amin Akbar, who has been made in-charge of all Ramazan bazaars, confirmed that due to some differences with the Cantt management, no Sunday bazaar could be set up there.
In the July 1966 Harper's Bazaar, articles on Pop and the artist Chryssa vied for attention with Annette Michelson's "Surrealism or the 'White-Haired Revolver,'" whose description of surrealism as a recurring attitude and set of formal strategies, rather than a movement that had come and gone, has proved prophetic.
During the summer she went to a gift show at the Los Angeles Convention Center to view items in preparation for the temple's bazaar.
Bazaar served on the firm's Executive Committee and as Managing Partner of the New York City office.