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Storefront

Ground-level shop employing large sheets of glass display windows with minimal-sized mullions; often having a recessed entrance.
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storefront, shop front

The front of a store or shop at street level, usually having one or more windows for the display of goods or wares.
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A bill sponsored by Council Member Carlina Rivera would require the city to complete an assessment of storefront businesses in at least 20 commercial districts every three years.
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Unfortunately, the fact that the migrants found an imaginative, vibrant and, perhaps, even divinely inspired use for the plethora of vacant storefronts that lined the streets of depressed neighborhood--thereby infusing life into what otherwise would have remained just another patch of abandoned commercial property--was frequently greeted with scorn and hostility from other Blacks.
The bank has been quietly closing down Taii storefronts since late last year.
Both online storefronts were built by Digital River Inc (Nasdaq: DRIV), a provider of global e-commerce solutions.
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