market cross

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Noun1.Market cross - a cross-shaped monument set up in the marketplace of a town where public business is often conductedmarket cross - a cross-shaped monument set up in the marketplace of a town where public business is often conducted
monument - an important site that is marked and preserved as public property
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"Once we complete our work, and have the Tollbooth open to the public, I believe it and the Market Cross will be a draw to tourists," he said.
North Yorkshire Police has appealed for information following the raid at Market Cross Jewellers in Market Place.
But at the Market Cross, on Market Place, there's a whole lot of activity going on.
Market Cross Jewellers has been in business since 1980 and the company owner, Roy Welsh, who has over 40 years in the trade and who has specialist Rolex knowledge, personally checks each watch before it goes on sale in one of its stores.
A 27-year-old was arrested soon after the horrific killing on Thursday evening which was captured on CCTV at Market Cross Shopping Centre.
The Stonehouse occupies a central position on the High Street of this popular town, on the junction with Back Lane and in close proximity to the ancient market cross.
Mati Levy tore down one side of Cheddar's Market Cross when he lost control of his VW Transporter and smashed into it.
Hanagan then delighted favourite-backers when bringing 7-2 shot Body Language home in front in the Market Cross Jewellers Handicap.
Lusby, 27, took the opportunity to carry out a smash-and-grab raid at the Market Cross jewellers and steal more than pounds 8,000 worth of watches and diamonds late on the evening of November 8.
Police are investigating the burglary at the Market Cross jewellers, on Elvet Bridge, at 2.25pm.
Veiled defies market move SIR MARK PRESCOTT'S Veiled was surprisingly easy to back before the Market Cross Jewellers Handicap (3.40) at Redcar yesterday, drifting from an opening 11-4 to 4-1, and she was available at almost a point bigger on the exchanges.
Following a public meeting that took place in The Market Cross it was decided that a prison would be built in Pleck Lane.