open-air market

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: market - a public marketplace where food and merchandise is soldopen-air market - a public marketplace where food and merchandise is sold
farmer's market, green market, greenmarket - an open-air marketplace for farm products
market place, mart, marketplace, market - an area in a town where a public mercantile establishment is set up
souk - an open-air market in an Arabian city
flea market - an open-air street market for inexpensive or secondhand articles
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Shops at Kondele, Kibuye open-air market, Kisumu bus park, the central business district, and Kachok remain closed following the melee.
It offered a mixture of traditional open-air market stalls and a new indoor shopping centre - the first in the UK - and was opened by the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip.
A roadside bomb first exploded outside the concrete blast walls surrounding the open-air market, followed by a suicide bomber who blew himself up as people gathered to help the victims of the first explosion, a police officer said.
Bargain hunters at the open-air market in Highfields, Ely, Cardiff, in 1971
The open-air market lies amid mountains and valleys along either side of the road which links Masafi and Al Dhaid.
Opening for its fourth season on May 15, the open-air market will take place in the historic town square of Livingston, underneath picturesque 200-year-old cedar trees.
The unlawful open-air market, selling alcohol and foodstuff in Jebel Ali, goes on to show that people are willing to flout all rules to make a quick buck -- even at the risk of getting caught.
We have an open-air market here and it also provides a meeting place, particularly for the elderly.
Despite the comforts of the new showroom, Steve aims to try and keep his pitch on the open-air market, and said: "It's a great way to meet the public and talk to them about our products.
But its early incarnations dated back more than 400 years to when an open-air market sprung up around St Andrew's Church.
Three people were killed in the incident at the open-air market made up of wooden stalls and small shops as 70 fire trucks and firefighters struggled for 10 hours until they put the blaze out, according to Egyptian officials speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.
Summary: Baghdad, May 22, 2010, SPA -- Iraqi police and morgue officials say the death toll in a car bombing at an open-air market in a town northeast of Baghdad has risen to 30.