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  • n. A market that is very large.
  • n. A very large grocery store, a supermarket.


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  • While exchanges will likely continue to establish links to one another, a megamarket offering a slate of stocks and derivatives contracts relevant to every corner of the globe appears to face high barriers.

    NYSE-Deutsche Börse Joins Dead-Deal List

  • In short, Deutsche is portrayed as a megamarket for any possible bet on real estate.

    Did Deutsche Bank Use Goldman Sachs-Style Securities To Trade Against Clients?

  • Bill Bass, an analyst with Forrester Research, says that portal strategy is "" the No. 1 conversation '' in boardrooms of traditional - media companies -- particularly since companies like AOL and Yahoo have those megamarket caps.

    Surfers, Step Right Up!

  • The new North American Free Trade Agreement paves the way for a $6.5 trillion megamarket.

    Will Trade Free North America?

  • But compared to megamarket firms, midmarket shops are quietly smug that their strategies for using relatively less leverage means deals are getting done in an uncertain debt market.

    Conservative strategies

  • For one thing, many auto-supply-company executives are skeptical that the auto makers will reap the huge savings they have projected by merging their parts purchasing online into a single megamarket.


  • Mercado Libertad and Guadalajara Zoo: A great combo, the 10-acre zoo overlooking Rio Santiago Canyon and the huge three-story megamarket offering hand-made items, produce and mucho more.

    Food and frolic in and around Chapala and Ajijic, Mexico

  • From New York City, where the lardo-loving Mario Batali has embraced Meatless Mondays across his entire eatery empire and hired a full-time "vegetable butcher" at his gourmet megamarket, Eataly, to Las Vegas, where the newly converted casino magnate Steve Wynn has introduced vegan menus at every restaurant in his Sin City properties - green is the new black.

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  • Thailand's freewheeling society, its pliant law enforcement and its status as a megamarket for vice at budget prices are powerful draws for criminals from around the globe, said John Burdett, a British author of crime novels set in Thailand that delve into the country's underworld.

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  • Korean megamarket in Burlington, offers aisles and aisles of gustatory pleasure. - Articles related to Best Thai snacks: Snacking is a way of life in Thailand and these nibbles are cheap


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