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minipark

(ˈmɪnɪˌpɑːk)
n
(Human Geography) a small park in an urban area, esp in a large city

pock′et park′


n.
a very small park or outdoor area for public leisure, esp. on a city street.
[1965–70]
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Ian Guerrero, the Bureau of Fire Protection Taguig Fire Marshall, said the fire which hit 50 houses made of light materials at Zone 7 Minipark in Fort Bonifacio started around 5:17 pm.
Contractor address : C/ Calendula, 93, Minipark III, Edificio K
Petersburg delegation announced that a minipark in St.
It is an ideal green lung which should be opened up as a minipark where the public can sit, not filled up with solid building.
The 6,000-square-foot minipark, paid for by the city and spearheaded by the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust, overlooks a bluff next to noisy Sepulveda Boulevard.
A minipark has been completed, as has tree planting along the block.
To permit the creation of a minipark, a full-height, brick-masonry veneer retaining wall was constructed at the intersection of Monroe Street and Dayton Avenue.
8 million minipark with a vintage gasoline station surrounded by walkways, gardens and grass.
Contractor address : C/ Calendula, 93, Complejo Minipark III, edificio K
Daniel Paul, acting director of the Preserve Bottle Village Committee, said the group could have lost the folk art minipark had Santa Monica art enthusiast Francie Rehwald not stepped in to pay back taxes and interest.
The city also plans to build a minipark at Cedar and Harvard streets in 2006, Chapjian said.
GLENDALE - The city will spend $527,500 to buy three vacant parcels on West Harvard Street in order to create a minipark in the neighborhood, where there is little open space.