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Brewer's: Mall

or Pall Mall (London). From the Latin pellere mallco (to strike with a mallet or bat; so called because it was where the ancient game of pell-mall used to be played. Cotgrave says: ?Pale?

Pall Mall

(Encyclopedia) Pall Mall p?l m?l, p?l m?l, street in the City of Westminster borough, London, England. It is the main thoroughfare of St. James's district. St. James's Palace, Marlborough?

mall

(Encyclopedia) mall: see shopping center.

Edina

(Encyclopedia) Edina ?d?n?, town (1990 pop. 46,070), Hennepin co., E Minn., a residential suburb of Minneapolis. Electronic and leather products, signs, and microwave foods are manufactured. Edina?

Brewer's: Mall Supper

(A). A harvest feast (North of England). A mal is a feast, our word meal (Anglo-Saxon, ml). Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894MallowsMall A B C D E F G?

Brewer's: Pall Mall

A game in which a palle or iron ball is struck through an iron ring with a mall or mallet Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894PallacePall-bearers A B C D E?

Louis Malle Biography

Louis MalledirectorBorn: 10/30/1932Birthplace: Thumeries, France Film director best known in the United States for Atlantic City (1980) and My Dinner With Andre (1981). He was first associated with?

National Mall

(Encyclopedia) National Mall: see National Parks and Monuments (table).

Monroeville

(Encyclopedia) Monroeville, borough (1990 pop. 29,169), Allegheny co., SW Pa., a suburb of Pittsburgh; settled 1810, inc. 1952. It is primarily residential, with a major shopping mall. Monroeville?

Saint Ann

(Encyclopedia) Saint Ann, city (1990 pop. 14,489), St. Louis co., E Mo., a NW suburb of St. Louis; inc. 1948. It is primarily residential, with a major shopping mall. Lambert?St. Louis International?