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Synonyms for anchor

Synonyms for anchor

to make secure

Synonyms for anchor

a central cohesive source of support and stability

a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute

fix firmly and stably

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secure a vessel with an anchor

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Saturday, live coverage anchored by Brit Hume and Catherine Crier.
The Dixwell Avenue Shopping Center will be anchored by Super Stop & Shop, with Staples, Toy Works, Old Navy Gap, and Pep Boys on board.
The first phase will be anchored by Costco and Home Depot (both retailer owned), and will be tenanted by, amongst others, Winners, Linens N Things, Michaels, Golf Town, Petsmart, Royal Bank and TD Canada Trust.
Upon completion, this unenclosed shopping centre will comprise approximately 260,000 square feet and will be anchored by Loblaws (112,000 square feet, tenant-owned) and Rona, along with 35,000-40,000 square feet of retail space.
Victoria Gardens is one of the few lifestyle centers in the country to be anchored by a community facility, which will include a library, cultural arts center and meeting facilities.
Located at 4274 Washington Road, Evans Town Center is anchored by a 47,695-square-foot Publix grocery store, with an assortment of national and local tenants including Quiznos.
Mega Centre Notre Dame in Laval will ultimately comprise 700,000 square feet anchored by (user-owned) retailers Super C (Metro Richelieu) and Zellers.
This Home Depot anchored shopping center is 207,000 square feet and will be purchased for approximately $17.
Cheltenham Square comprises approximately 748,019 sf and is anchored by the following tenants: Home Depot, Value City, Burlington Coat Factory and Shop Rite, all part of the mortgage collateral.
Equity One is a real estate investment trust that principally acquires, renovates, develops and manages neighborhood and community shopping centers anchored by national and regional supermarket chains and other necessity-oriented retailers such as drug stores or discount retail stores.