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(from the article `Media and Publishing`) ...in circulation year on year, and The Independent registered a 15% rise in circulation, its highest increase since 1997. The free commuter ...
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[n] - electric underground railway
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tube 1 underground noun an electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city); `in Paris the subway system is called the `metro` and in London it is called the `tube` or the `underground``
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[Belfast] Metro is the trading name for bus company Citybus in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is a subsidiary of the Northern Ireland Transport Holding Company, within the common management structure of Translink, along with Ulsterbus and Northern Ireland Railways. Metro operates 12 quality bus corridor (QBCs) in Belfast and a number of addi...
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[Belgian newspaper] Metro is a free newspaper in Belgium, distributed on working days and aiming in particular at 18-44 year old urban, active, mobile students and commuters. Separate Dutch and French-language versions, each with its own content, are according to the area`s language(s) available in railway stations, subway stations, univers...
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[British newspaper] Metro is a free newspaper published in tabloid format in the United Kingdom by DMG Media (part of Daily Mail and General Trust). It is distributed from Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays) on many public-transport services in selected urban centres across the United Kingdom, and at other outlets such as cafes, work...
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[department store] Metro is a department store in Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines and other countries, operating 2 store in the Philippines, 5 in Jakarta, one in Bandung, one in Makassar and one in Surabaya The first METRO store opened in 1991 at Mall Pondok Indah. The second store at Plaza Senayan opened in 1995. The third store followed...
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[design language] Metro is the codename of a typography-based design language by Microsoft. A key design principle is better focus on the content of applications, relying more on typography and less on graphics (`content before chrome`). Early examples of Metro principles can be found in Encarta 95 and MSN 2.0. The design language evolved i...
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[Dutch newspaper] Metro (ˈmeːtroː) is a free Dutch newspaper, distributed daily since 1999, mostly to commuters in high-traffic areas. Formerly owned by Metro International, in August 2012 the paper was taken over by the Telegraaf Media Group (TGM), which also owns the only other free Dutch newspaper, Spits. ==History== Metro follows the...
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[Italian newspaper] Metro is an Italian free daily newspaper published in Italy by Metro International. Ten separate editions are produced for the cities of Bergamo, Bologna, Genoa, Florence, Milan, Padua, Rome, Turin, Venice and Verona, with other special editions (Metro Mag, Metro Stadio, Metro Week). It is the most read free daily newspa...
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[magazine] Metro is a glossy monthly lifestyle magazine published in New Zealand by ACP Media. It has a strong focus on the city of Auckland, with reportage of issues and society. The magazine was first published independently by Warwick Roger and Bruce Palmer. ==History== The timing of Metro`s launch coincided with the rapid expansion of t...
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[Minnesota] METRO is a light rail and bus rapid transit system which serves the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area in Minnesota. As of 2014, the system consists of three lines (Blue, Green, and Red) connecting Downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul with Bloomington and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, with several extensions in pl...
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[musical] Metro is a musical with music by Janusz Stokłosa and lyrics by Agata and Maryna Miklaszewska. Its director and the choreographer was Janusz Józefowicz. It focuses on a story of a group of youngsters who, for various reasons, decide to live underground, in the subway tunnels. The play, initially staged in Warsaw`s Teatr Dramatycz...
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[Oregon regional government] Metro, formerly known as Metropolitan Service District, is the regional governmental agency for the Oregon portion of the Portland metropolitan area. It is the only directly elected metropolitan planning organization in the United States. ==History and evolution== Metro in its current form evolved from Columbia ...
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[supermarket, Canada] ===53180=== Reviews Comments ...
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[Sweden] Metro is a free daily newspaper in Sweden, published by Metro International. It is printed in 4 editions: Stockholm, Gothenburg, Skåne and National (Riks), which is distributed in 67 towns and cities throughout the country. Metro Stockholm was the first version, launched on 13 February 1995 and distributed in the Stockholm Metro. ...
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[The Vincent Black Shadow song] ...
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abbreviation: Meteorology (weather); also,
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abbreviation: Pilot-to-Metro voice call
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The term used to denote an urban railway, often partly or wholly underground, carrying large numbers of passengers on trains at close headways. In the US synonymous with the term "subway". The word is a diminution of the Metropolitan Railway of London, the first urban underground railway in the world. It has since been adopted by many transport aut...
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