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the main street of a town or city

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Property developer Talt Moustafa Group was the main drag, dropping 3.1 per cent as its shares stopped carrying the 2013 dividend on Monday.
"This was its weakest pace of growth since the height of the global financial crisis in 2009, when the economy expanded by just 1.8 per cent over the year as a whole," the report said, adding the oil sector was the main drag on growth.
Now the main drag on DISH's ratings is the lack of clearly defined financial and acquisition-driven strategy and non-core investments, S&P noted.
Small towns and villages were the main drag, but urban households were less optimistic about their income too, according to the National Statistical Institute (NSI).
Classified was the main drag on ad revenue at the company; it was down 26.2 percent, to $61.9 million, for the period.
La Cueva, a signless, inconspicuous club on a vibrant but gritty stretch of 26th Street--the main drag of Chicago's Mexican community La Villita--is by many accounts the oldest existing Latino drag club in the country.
From the busy main drag, diplomatic presence is signposted by the gatehouse decked out in the bright colours of the Dutch tricolor, a playful Pop Art twist on flagwaving expressions of national identity.
The main drag in London came from DMGT after it decided not to sell regional newspaper group Northcliffe
Little Italy is bounded by the Bowery, Lafayette, Canal and East Houston streets, with Mulberry Street as the main drag. It was originally populated by Italian immigrants.
The committee was planning to work out of an existing space, so Velasquez and a friend set out walking down the main drag, knocking on doors and asking, "Are you selling this building?" she recalls.
The main drag, Nevsky Prospekt, is Broadway times four, and more crowded than a SoHo Sunday.
The spring reopening of the Macassa Mine by Foxpoint Resources is a feel-good boost to the town's morale, but many locals realize it will never match the glory days of the 1950s and '60s when more than a half-dozen mines operated along Kirkland Lake's main drag.
The Osaka-based major pharmaceutical company also logged a record consolidated net profit of 12.48 billion yen, up 307.7%, as the firm was freed from the need to set aside profits to plug a shortfall in revenues for paying retirement benefits, the main drag on the previous year's net balance.
The company said it logged a sharp improvement in earnings as it was freed from the need to set aside profits to cover a shortfall in reserves for paying retirement benefits, the main drag on the previous year's net balance.
St-Denis, beginning around the 1500 block, anchors a neighborhood called the Latin Quarter, while further north it becomes the main drag of the Mt.