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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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Macon Mall is one of the largest super-regional malls located in the southeastern United States and one of only two that features six anchor department stores, including Sears, Dillard's, JCPenney, Belk, Rich's and Parisian.
The The Oaks mall draws shoppers from throughout the region and already represents a major source of income for the city, which gets nearly 10 percent of its total sales tax revenue from The Oaks.
kiosk in the Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream, New York.
Out of supposed respect for property rights, the court stresses the ability of malls to impose reasonable "time, place, and manner" restrictions on the activists.
Regional malls are "relative power houses" and they should continue to be, said Jonathan Miller of Equitable Real Estate Investment Management, Inc.
With more than 70 network installations across the country, and more than 300 percent projected growth, Mall Radio challenged PixelMEDIA to develop its network monitoring system.
Generally clean, but the floors didn't sparkle like other malls with similar design.
NYSE: CBL) today announced a new lifestyle center addition to CherryVale Mall in Rockford, IL, called "The District at CherryVale.
The mall, which opened in 1971, suffered more than $130 million in damage from the temblor, including collapsed parking structures and damage to all six anchor stores.
She previously served as Regional Leasing Director and was responsible for supervising the Carolina Region, which consists of 12 malls including Coastal Grand-Myrtle Beach, which opened in March 2004.
Malls will set up booths for those interested in applying for the card.
The addition of The District at Valley View demonstrates CBL's ongoing dedication to growing our lifestyle development pipeline and redeveloping our mall properties with the goal of increasing shareholder value," said Stephen Lebovitz, president of CBL & Associates Properties, Inc.