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Her volubility, which I remembered of old, had lost nothing in the intervening years, and she poured out a steady flood of conversation, mainly on the subject of the forthcoming bazaar which she was organizing and which was to take place shortly.
he shouted to three infantrymen without muskets who, holding up the skirts of their overcoats, were slipping past him into the Bazaar passage.
We went to the great Bazaar in Stamboul, of course, and I shall not describe it further than to say it is a monstrous hive of little shops-- thousands, I should say--all under one roof, and cut up into innumerable little blocks by narrow streets which are arched overhead.
The place is crowded with people all the time, and as the gay-colored Eastern fabrics are lavishly displayed before every shop, the great Bazaar of Stamboul is one of the sights that are worth seeing.
A loud-toned clock struck eleven, and the company were fast deserting the bazaar.
But I can knit, Lucy," Maggie went on, "if that will be of any use for your bazaar.
ISLAMABAD -- As the huge rush was witnessed at weekly Sunday bazaars at G-6, encroacher could be seen selling products on the footpaths, creating inconveniences for pedestrians and motorists.
Landa bazaars , some believe, have lost their appeal in the recent years.
LAHORE -- Five new model bazaars are likely to open by end of the month.
Yabang Pinoy, the pioneering Filipino pride movement, will embark on a new journey that will unfold the creativity and ingenuity of Filipinos through different products, ideas and services in this year's edition of Global Pinoy Bazaar-one of the biggest and long-running all-Filipino bazaars that showcases one hundred percent local products made with love and pride.
On the demand of consumers present at Ramadan Bazaar, the Chief Minister announced that Ramadan Bazaars will remain open till 9:00pm instead of 6:00pm for the benefit of citizens.
Many tourist bazaars were closed, abandoned by tenants or turned into cafes, says Hussein Al-Gabry.