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ar·cade

(ar-kād'),
An anatomic structure or structures (especially a blood vessel) taking the form of a series of arches.
[L. arcus, arc, bow]

ar·cade

(ahr-kād')
An anatomic structure or structures (especially a blood vessel) taking the form of a series of arches.
[L. arcus, arc, bow]
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According to a poll conducted in May of this year, the public supported a ban on smoking in arcades.
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"As one of the main thoroughfares between Grand Central and New Street, Piccadilly Arcade sees a lot of footfall.
Mr Mountain has more than 16 years of retail experience and joins the Great Western Arcade from The Perfume Shop where he was sales and operations area manager for the Birmingham region.
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The Wyndham Arcade branch opened in 2014, serving a range of more than 60 teas sourced from India, China, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Japan, alongside quality coffee and freshly prepared food.
The companies in Byram Arcade off Westgate say they have seen no improvements for a decade, are worried about security and if nothing is done the arcade may become a "dead area of town".