shops catering

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  • It also has many shops catering to all needs of its residents.
  • It has eight stories containing shops catering to the various needs of customers.
  • In the early 1960s duty-free shops catering to Japanese visitors opened in Paris.
  • It features a large number of restaurants and shops catering primarily to the tourist market.
  • Moosrambagh has many shops catering to all needs of its residents.
  • The station is located within the Shimokitazawa neighborhood, a popular area for young people with a number of shops catering to them.
  • A library and one screen cinema is centrally located, and a limited amount of shops catering to mainly to local trade.
  • The Draft dodgers converted a number of homes to shops catering to the new community.
  • The two routes widen to a busy four-lane road past shops catering to a busy tourist trade.
  • The main street runs along the seafront and has a parade of shops catering for holidaymakers and residents.
  • There are 11 private hospitals and numerous medical shops catering to the healthcare need of the town.
  • During Europe's colonial days second-hand garments where exported to the colonies and locally, charity shops catering for the poor sprang up.
  • At night the street is often crowded with a Bohemian atmosphere and features a number of cafes and shops catering for the arts.
  • Fishy has a number of art and craft shops catering to tourists who pass through town on their way to Wilsons Promontory.
  • A number of shops catering to American tourists sell Cuban cigars in Canada.
  • There are two government hospitals, 34 private hospitals & clinics and numerous medical shops catering to the healthcare need of the town.
  • Although there are not many supermarkets in Palayamkottai, there are practically all kinds of shops catering to the local people's needs.
  • In the old town, the Nakhi rent buildings to Han merchants who run shops catering to tourists.
  • There are many shops catering to all budgets.
  • Starting in the late 1990s, restaurants and shops catering to an audience outside the long-established local population have re-energized many business districts in Northeast Minneapolis.
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