Mall may refer to a pedestrian street, an esplanade (a long open area where people can walk), a shopping mall or Strip mall.
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... Kyova Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located outside the city of Ashland, Kentucky, USA, in Cannonsburg ... Opened in 1988 as Cedar Knoll Galleria, the mall struggled to keep tenants for several years, eventually becoming a dead mall ...
... Granville Mall is a transit mall and pedestrian mall in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada ... The mall is served on weekdays by trolleybus service operated by TransLink in addition, the SkyTrain's Granville and Vancouver City Centre stations are also accessible from the mall ...
... Canadian National railway tracks Centre Mall, west end property, stretches East to Kenilworth Avenue North (Canada's first Mall), site of the old Jockey Club before ...
... Mall may refer to a pedestrian street, an esplanade (a long open area where people can walk), a shopping mall or Strip mall ... Places The Mall, London, the landmark ceremonial approach road to Buckingham Palace National Mall, an open-area national park in downtown Washington, D.C ... The Mall (Cleveland), a 1903 long public park in downtown Cleveland, Ohio The Mall, Lahore Mall, Ranga Reddy, a village in India Shopping complexes The Mall Athens, a major shopping mall in the ...
... Centre Mall owners announced plans for a 23-building super centre on the property on Barton Street East ... Some new buildings will go up before the enclosed mall is torn down ... The redevelopment of Centre Mall is transforming the entire neighbourhood from Ottawa to Kenilworth Avenue ...
More definitions of "mall":
- (noun): Mercantile establishment consisting of a carefully landscaped complex of shops representing leading merchandisers; usually includes restaurants and a convenient parking area; a modern version of the traditional marketplace.
Synonyms: plaza, center, shopping mall, shopping center, shopping centre
Famous quotes containing the word mall:
“Finishing schools in the fifties were a good place to store girls for a few years before marrying them off, a satisfactory rest stop between college weekends spent husband hunting. It was a haven for those of us adept at styling each others hair, playing canasta, and chain smoking Pall Mall extra-long cigarettes.”
—Barbara Howar (b. 1934)
“A father ... knows exactly what those boys at the mall have in their depraved little minds because he once owned such a depraved little mind himself. In fact, if he thinks enough about the plans that he used to have for young girls, the father not only will support his wife in keeping their daughter home but he might even run over to the mall and have a few of those boys arrested.”
—Bill Cosby (20th century)