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market cross

Same as cross, 2 or a cross located at the principal market place of a town.
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And the new market cross was modelled on a 14th century original in nearby Abbots Bromley, with internal seating, Staffordshire blue clay tiles and a central column of Hollington stone.
Table 3: Dental Device Market Cross Category Analysis of Revenue, 2001 - 2015 23
Market Cross on Yarm High Street was raided on November 10 last year.
He said: "The last building I'd want to damage is a 500-year-old market cross.
Now a group of residents are calling for action and working on the Market Cross project with a view to something being done.
But now it will be kept instead in the Shetland Youth Information Service's offices overlooking the Market Cross.
Celebrations began early yesterday when a 10ft high, elaborately-decorated proclamation known as the Bill, containing local humour and gossip, was placed at the Market Cross in the centre of Lerwick.
SIX men accused of conspiracy to rob following the alleged raids at Market Cross Jewellers have appeared at court.
New Street can be seen in the centre left of the picture heading at an angle towards Market Place with its market cross, top left
They will be going into the Beat Box glass room in Kilkenny's Market Cross shopping centre in a contest organised by radio station Beat 102 103.
The Highland Pipe Band plays at the Market Cross at 12.
there is a shortish walk leaving the Market Cross every Monday and also a longer walk at 3.