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downtown

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the central or lower part of a city, esp the main commercial area
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Nowadays, style-obsessed downtowners don't have to travel even as far as St.
The burden of proof is with the downtowners, who have have had plenty of time to present data and arguments.
With brownstones in the low West l00s between Broadway and Riverside going for $1,500,000 and up, these beautiful Harlem properties are looking better and better to downtowners.
Jim is actively involved in the Rotary Club of Seattle, a member and past president of Toastmasters - Seattle Downtowners and former board member of Legal Aid for Washington Fund (LAW Fund).
COOL OFF AT BEER GARDEN: A weekday respite for downtowners on warm summer nights is the Summer B-B-Q Beer Garden in the New Otani Hotel, 120 S.
Film Roman, which develops, produces and distributes a wide range of television programming for television and cable networks, both domestically and internationally, is behind megahit shows like "The Simpsons," "King of the Hill, "The Downtowners," "The Family Guy" and the "Mr.
A second location at 595 Market Street, featuring a large outdoor patio unique for downtowners, opened in November 2006.
Instead, council President John Ferraro and the other downtowners are digging in their heels, vowing to maintain the status quo.
We want to offer a new and exciting taste experience to downtowners and to our customers from around the globe," Botten said.
That's the question Moorpark downtowners frequently hear visitors ask about the building on High Street that looks like an old-time Southern Pacific Railroad depot but is really just a false front for a chicken-feed mill.
But the downtowners never did give the Valley its fair share, which was their moral obligation.
NASDAQ:ROMN), animator of the long-running series "The Simpsons" and "King of the Hill," and the new show scheduled to debut on the WB Network during the fall 1999 season, "The Downtowners," Friday reported that revenue increased by 32 percent or $3 million to $12.