from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An urban shopping area limited to pedestrians.
- n. A shopping center with stores and businesses facing a system of enclosed walkways for pedestrians.
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- n. shopping centre
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- n. 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
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Cummins recently demonstrated its residential generators at a popular Lagos shopping mall called The Palms and plans to set up a retail outlet in the city's bustling Oregun market.
Another planet, called Jemada, served as the location for a continent-size shopping mall and a family-oriented amusement park.
In May, the race was transformed again when George Wallace was shot after a speech in a Maryland shopping mall outside Washington, D.C. Wallace never could have won the nomination, but he might have mounted a third-party challenge, as he had in 1968, drawing votes away from Nixon.
The shopping mall setting is fun, but it turns into a mega-remix of elements from previous stories, such as The Nightmare Fair and Rose.
Bruce Kelley of National Mall Network has used the term to refer to shopping mall environments.
In Rockville, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C., a fifteen-acre section of downtown that included an abandoned shopping mall built as part of a 1970s urban-renewal project and a strip mall has been converted into a lifestyle center called Rockville Town Square.