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Synonyms for arcade

Synonyms for arcade

a covered passageway with shops and stalls on either side

a structure composed of a series of arches supported by columns

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So we bought the horse in the Lowther Arcade, Porthos, who thought it was for him, looking proud but uneasy, and it was sent to the bandbox house anonymously.
This forest was composed of large tree-plants; and the moment we penetrated under its vast arcades, I was struck by the singular position of their branches--a position I had not yet observed.
The arcade owner is responsible for setting up the infrastructure -- renting out space, buying 26 to 30 arcade claw machines, and installing security cameras -- all of which typically costs a little less than NT$1 million.
Castle, High Street and Duke Street were built between 1882 and 1902 as Cardiff became Britain's coal-fired powerhouse and all the Welsh capital's Victorian arcades are Grade II-listed.
HTC has announced two major VR games that will be playable in an arcade, "The Brookhaven Experiment" and "Everest VR," according to (https://www.
Running between St Mary Street and Mill Lane, the arcade originally had 35 shops with cellars and private living-rooms.
NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR), a provider of consumer transaction technologies, announced on Tuesday that Rebellion Arcade LLC has selected NCR Silver, the tablet point-of-sale (POS) system from NCR Small Business, to ring up sales and power their arcade.
The arcade, a haunt for music fans and teenagers in the 1970s and 80s, dated back to 1906 but was controversially demolished in the late 1980s.
There is no reason why the arcade should not be fully occupied with luxury, speciality shops, such as coffee, chocolatiers, perfumiers, cosmetics, cigar, lingerie, card and gifts.
Businesses at the arcade, off Westgate, hosted a fashion show and craft workshops for 'A Taste of Byram', on Saturday.
Piccadilly Arcade, off New Street, was once a popular picture house in the 1920s before later becoming a shopping mall.
The Octane 120 features everything that a guy could possibly want in a home arcade racing cabinet (or Home Theater).
While many manufacturers have replaced the manual deburring process with robotic deburring, TPi Arcade had been restricted when programming robots for this task because robotic programming moves the deburring tool along a path defined by discrete points, which may not coincide with the shape or contour of the surface to be deburred due to variations in the part or differences between the part edge and the exact path the robot has interpolated.
Starting an arcade business is an entertaining way to provide youngsters with loads of fun.
Other farm toys followed, but it wasn't until 1925 that Arcade started making threshers.