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  • noun Plural form of bazaar.

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Examples

  • Members of Task Force 1228 sort through weapons that Afghan security forces have seized from insurgent compounds, discovered in bazaars, taken from illegal arms sellers or recovered after battles.

    U.S. regains huge weapons cache lost by Afghans

  • When I was in Sandakan I made some purchases in the bazaars from a Chinese lad who addressed me quite fluently in my own tongue.

    Where the Strange Trails Go Down Sulu, Borneo, Celebes, Bali, Java, Sumatra, Straits Settlements, Malay States, Siam, Cambodia, Annam, Cochin-China

  • The streets in the town are very narrow and are crowded with these sorts of shops or rather stalls, for they're just like the places you see old apple-women rig up at the corners in London; but the bazaars are the best spots to look at -- they're just like those in India, and some that I've seen too in

    The Penang Pirate and, The Lost Pinnace

  • In the bazaars is the passion for gain, in the alleys of music and light is the passion for pleasure, in the mosques is the passion for prayer that connects the souls of men with the unseen but strongly felt world.

    The Spell of Egypt

  • The markets in Turkey are called "bazaars," and there you can buy almost anything you want; and every trade keeps together in knots of shops, different from us, in particular quarters, so that you are not obliged to walk all over the bazaar in search of a hat or a pair of shoes.

    The World's Fair

  • The legionary fortresses collected settlers -- traders, women, veterans -- under the shelter of their ramparts, and their _canabae_ or 'bazaars', to use an

    The Romanization of Roman Britain

  • Lewis said he and his wife can't afford a permanent "food pod" in Portland, which typically runs between $500 and $800 a month, so they often set up at craft fairs and holiday bazaars at schools, grange halls and churches.

    Former Middle-Class Couple Runs Hot Dog Stand To Ward Off Homelessness

  • Lewis said he and his wife can't afford a permanent "food pod" in Portland, which typically runs between $500 and $800 a month, so they often set up at craft fairs and holiday bazaars at schools, grange halls and churches.

    Former Middle-Class Couple Runs Hot Dog Stand To Ward Off Homelessness

  • But if we're planning a trip with a special person, we look for three things in a place: beauty, history and mystery (did not mean that to rhyme!), together with great restaurants, museums, bazaars, and endless possibilities for adventure, minus the endless stream of tourists.

    15 Romantic Spots Around The World (PHOTOS)

  • Last Christmas I found a stash of old 'Workbasket' magazines at a little shop in town, and there is a section entitled, 'Women Who Make Cents' and there are 4 or 5 little entries sent in by women who use everyday items to create something new and useful and they tell how much they sell them for at 'bazaars'.

    Another Box

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