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mall•ing

(ˈmɔ lɪŋ)
n.
1. the overbuilding of shopping malls in a region: the malling of America.
2. the practice of frequenting malls to socialize or shop.
[1975–80]
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The favourite variety in the McColl household at the moment is Malling Centenary.
The current operator Malling Health will cease to provide the service on September 30 when its contract ends.
'Malling is more fun in the Philippines' !-- -- These are exciting times for the Philippines' mall culture as SM Supermalls, in partnership with the Department of Tourism (DOT), launched its campaign "Malling Is More Fun In The Philippines" at SM Mega Fashion Hall.
Now, SM Supermalls takes a leap by partnering with the Department of Tourism for the launch of "Malling Is More Fun in The Philippines" campaign.
Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo-Puyat (center) recently graced the launch of the 'Malling is More Fun in the Philippines' campaign at the SM Megamall Fashion Hall.
Welcome to the launch of 'Malling is More Fun in the Philippines,' a new tourism campaign that celebrates the country's mall culture.
They launched an investigation after getting calls about the surfer on the M20 near West Malling, Kent, on Friday.
Temperatures reached 31.5C in Surrey, East Malling in Kent and Heathrow Airport yesterday.
Sarah said she complained to Malling School in Kent, adding: "They said they were going to speak to the other parents.
The portfolio comprises four retail sites in Colchester, Guildford, Portsmouth and Winnersh, three industrial properties in Chepstow, Redditch and Warrington, and two offices in Edinburgh and West Malling.
Dave said: "My success was partly due to one of the local lads who had just come off the lake and tipped me off that there were lots of fish moving at the Malling Shore drift.