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mezz

(mɛz)
adj
(Banking & Finance) a short form of mezzanine
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The venue recently announced a number of exciting new changes, including a redesign of its Cafebar and Mezz Bar, upgrading comfort levels in some screens (don't worry, they'll still retain the unique Paul Smith design in Screen 4) and introducing 4K projection and 7.1 surround sound.
Among the senior new arrivals from Xbe's established team are restaurant manager Simone Cassago and Chef Matteo 'Mezz' Mezzaro and, in recent days, the team has been put through an intensive pre-opening challenge of serving colleagues ...
PHF has the ability to lend up to 80% LTC on bridge loan assets in transition with PACE and Mezz options to 90% LTC and Preferred Equity to 95% LTC.
The prolific Mike Lundstram has been in lethal form in front of goal, while the recent capture of the proven Mezz Knight has added to the team's netfinding potential.
The Mezz not only offers seating, but also a full-service bar, along with a fireplace and an outdoor deck overlooking busy France Avenue that has become a meeting place for the residents living in the mixed-use apartment complex surrounding the store.
Spector Group also designed a 6,300 s/f versatile event space at this location, branded as "The Mezzanine" or "The Mezz." This contemporary space can transform to cater to a large variety of events, accommodating up to 350 guests.
The other venues include The Workman's Club, Wigwam, The Chocolate Factory (Stage 1 & Stage 2) Tengu (Upstairs & Downstairs) and The Hub@ Mezz.
Synopsis: Mezz Mezzrow was a boy from Chicago who learned to play the sax in reform school and pursued a life in music and a life of crime.
THE UK's fastest-growing Chinese takeaway chain, Hotcha, is looking at sites in Liverpool, and now plans have been submitted to convert the former Mezz bar, on Allerton Road, into the brand's first Northern eatery.
Among its gems are a letter from Armstrong to his first wife in the 1940s, years after they had divorced; a letter from Armstrong to Mezz Mezzrow discreetly asking him to bring marijuana on an upcoming European tour; four letters from Armstrong to Elmer Lewis, a relative of Armstrong's first wife; and a large number of original contracts from Benny Goodman, Fletcher Henderson, Paul Hindemith, and others.
The author captures the swinging, distinct dialects of his characters -- from jive-talking Mezz Mezzrow to slick Chicago gangsters to Princeton-educated Mort Hart.
This was Really the Blues, the autobiography of an endearing oddball named Milton "Mezz" Mezzrow.