Corn Exchange


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Corn Exchange

a London-based wholesale commodity exchange which undertakes dealings in cereals, seeds, fertilizers and animal feedstuffs. See BALTIC MERCANTILE AND SHIPPING EXCHANGE, COMMODITY MARKET.
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Roomzzz doesn't have its own restaurant, but it shares the Corn Exchange with 13 eateries and a few pop-up bars, so there are lots of places for you to choose from without even leaving the building.
Corn Exchange Crickhowell's managing director, Dean Christy, said: "The building you see before you is now yours.
After opening Anthony's the pair extended to three other dining spots including Piazza by Anthony in the Corn Exchange, Rib Shakk and Anthony's Patisserie in the Victoria Quarter.
Items such as telephones, music and war propaganda can be handed in between 4pm and 5pm on March 15 at the Corn Exchange.
CWU's Liverpool branch secretary Mark Walsh Workers at the Corn Exchange branch in India Buildings could strike
Cuthbert Brodrick's magnificent, boldly detailed 1860s Corn Exchange, now a specialist shopping centre, stands immediately to the north, with the extravagant Kirkgate Market beyond.
NEW YORK An Irish Repertory Theater presentation, in association with Richard Wakely, of the Corn Exchange production of a play in one act by Michael West.
His play, called Screen, is being staged at the Corn Exchange in Brighton from May 18-20 and is a key part of the 34th festival, which focuses this year on the art of China.Julia Hamer-Hunt, spokeswoman for the university's international office, said: "We were delighted when we were approached by the festival organisers to sponsor this production.
This "doubtful collectibility" exception began with Corn Exchange Bank, 37 F2d 34 (2d Cir.
The family-run, independent group already has three sites in the city centre: its original mozzarella bar and deli at the Corn Exchange, and its Cucina and Pizzeria Napolitana restaurants on John Dalton Street.
Convener of the SNP's national demonstration committee Mr RC Campbell wrote to Stirling Town Council seeking permission for a march through the town and a political demonstration in Corn Exchange Road, in front of the Municipal Buildings.
The Post Office - officially called the Corn Exchange Post Office - and a banking hall next door could now become restaurants.