storefront

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n storefront the front side of a store facing the street; usually contains display windows
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Usage

In literature:

The main braces of the storefront were still there, bent outward a little, but not broken.
"Anything You Can Do ..." by Gordon Randall Garrett
The workshop was another dead mall, this one a horseshoe of storefronts separated by flimsy gyprock.
"Makers" by Cory Doctorow
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In news:

Comcast's thePlatform opens doors of digital storefronts.
This specialty storefront delivers expressively arched eyebrows in just a few minutes of threading .
Three D Gallery wins Wharf's Storefront Decorating Contest.
The Wharf Cinema Center's Christmas Storefront Decorating Contest was a friendly competition between shops and restaurants.
Aritzia, its under-construction storefront painted black, is joining Lacoste at 49th Street and Fifth Avenue.
Lakeland Lock & Safe moves into downtown storefront, changes name.
Six girls, some in braces, lined up in front of a storefront on St Marks Place after school this week.
The West Jefferson Boulevard address seems to match what I wrote down, but this Oak Cliff storefront, next to Olga's Salón de Belleza, doesn't look like a spot for a restaurant with the sense of style its website projects.
Many fear the arrival of the big-box behemoth, but storefront dominance is already here.
The system makes it very easy for a small business to sell products both on their own online storefront and on eBay, at the same time.
As air-condition er s sprout from windows and storefronts around the world, scientists are becoming increasingly alarmed about the impact of the gases on which they run.
E-commerce radically changed the business and now mobile technology is altering the environment of the brick and mortar storefront.
CLEVELAND — Owners and employees of storefront gambling operations known as Internet cafes rallied Monday and warned that forcing them out of business could cost 4,000 jobs or more.
Many of us are excited about the possible renewal of a tired Menlo Park business district — a dozen vacant storefronts and the El Camino vacant lots.
The small storefront on Coleman Boulevard serves Greek treats with a hippie flair.
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In science:

Pilot applications in e-commerce areas such as negotiations, catalogs and storefronts have been considered.
Information Integration and Computational Logic
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