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Garage

The floor of the NYSE, which is situated on the north side of the main trading floor.

Garage

A trading floor on the New York Stock Exchange that is an annex to the main floor. It is located on the north side of the main floor.

Garage

An annex floor to the main trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
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UK Garage was still a big deal with So Solid Crew releasing their hit single 21 Seconds, while King of Pop Michael Jackson released what would become his final studio album, Invincible.
It's great being the female faces of UK garage because it gives us an identity, " says 22-year-old Dixon.
1 in 5 companies in the UK Garage Equipment industry could change ownership as a result of the current economic climate, claims a new study by leading financial analysts Plimsoll.
The museum would love to hear from anyone involved with reggae, drum 'n' bass, UK garage, dancehall or rap.
Not that Birmingham's new godfather of UK garage is your archetypal tough guy by a long shot he might dress like a terrace wideboy and shoot his mouth off about beer and girls, but there's also a real sensitivity to his work that often goes unnoticed.
The first national digital radio station dedicated to RnB, drum and bass, hip-hop and UK garage has enjoyed a solid first year.
Sassier than a drawer full of lacy bras, UK garage divas Mis-Teeq surely rate as the coolest girls on the block.
The CAT/Uni-Fi tour, which takes place at the Birmingham Academy, will see acts performing a range of musical genres including reggae, hip hop, R'n'B, and UK garage.
Earlier this year, Asher D, a 19-year-old member of controversial UK garage collective So Solid Crew, was sentenced to 18 months in a young offenders' institution for possessing a firearm.
Forget UK garage, it looks like sampled singles will be the tunes of the year.
Americans who once enthusiastically received The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, The Sex Pistols, The Clash, Duran Duran and The Cure, now seem resistant to embracing the breakthrough success and radio airplay of current Brit Pop and UK Garage music.
Combining crisp, cutting-edge production with a love of classic analogue synths, Billon create a sound that both nods to the past and looks to the future of electronic music, drawing influence from classic house, techno, and UK garage.