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Mall

(mahl),
Franklin Paine, U.S. anatomist and embryologist, 1862-1917. See: Mall formula, Mall ridges, periportal space of Mall.

mall

One or more connected buildings that house commercial emporia that sell goods and/or provide services.
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December 30 (Wednesday), 9:00 am - 5:00 pm - Baclaran, Cebu - Park Mall, 168 Mall, 999 Shopping Mall, Grenhills Shopping Center, Bicutan - East Service Road, Festival Mall Level 2, and Greenhills Promenade
The mall underwent more than $1 million in renovations in 2004, which, combined with the addition of the Bass Pro store and the expansion of Sears, created a substantial spike in leasing momentum.
One of PC Mall Gov's key objectives is to bring value to our government customers by partnering with industry-leading companies like HP.
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.
represented Manhattan Mall in the transaction while Steve & Barry's was repped inhouse.
Maddy Logan, the newsletter's publisher, explains that Internet mall owners are earning profits by charging storeowners flat fees ranging anywhere from $200 to $1,000, or taking in 15% of each store's gross annual sales.