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mall:

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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The mall is the only enclosed regional mall in the Interstate 90 corridor between Syracuse and Rochester.
The first phase of the project including the Nordstrom store would expand the mall by 182,000 square feet.
PC Mall Gov is a rapid response supplier of technology solutions for government and educational institutions.
But as a Park Service police officer gruffly announced after stopping me as I tried to proceed up the Mall, enjoying the beer was another matter: It is against the law to leave the tiny plot of dirt on which the refreshment stand sits--not for a shady bench or even for the restrooms a few dozen yards away in the Lincoln Memorial.
Doing business from a kiosk is not a bad way to make a living, says Moore, the first black tenant in the history of the mall.
These blithe assurances from the court, however, give little comfort to mall owners forced to accommodate social activists while still engaging in commercial activity - especially since they fear any such restrictions they might impose could be challenged with a lawsuit that they might lose.
The town center will consist of a right-sized and renovated mall and new apartments and condominiums alongside street retail and upscale dining.
Prominent New York-based developer The Clarett Group recently donated $10,000 to the Broadway Mall Association.
It definitely is there in the plot of ``Strip Mall.
Mall Networks will use its new capital infusion to support ongoing product development and marketing efforts, as well as to accelerate new client acquisition.
The Mall was constructed in 1986 and renovated in 2000, and consists of a total of 632,562 s/f.
The company's plans include remodeling the ground floor of the mall from a high-end specialty center into a retail and entertainment center.