The word street is a noun. Street means (1) a thoroughfare (usually including sidewalks) that is lined with buildings, (2) the part of a thoroughfare between the sidewalks; the part of the thoroughfare on which vehicles travel, (3) people living or working on the same street, (4) a situation offering opportunities, (5) the streets of a city viewed as a depressed environment in which there is poverty and crime and prostitution and dereliction.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word street.
- Manhattan Street Map
This website includes a street
map of the Manhattan areas of New York City. Major bodies of water are labeled as well as streets, parks, and tourist attractions.
- Wall Street Journal Online
The online edition of this business and financial news source features market data and tools as well as more in-depth information and analysis for paid subscribers. The Wall Street
Journal is a Dow Jones publication.
- Taxi Service Directory
Browse this taxi service directory for info about taxi services in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts yellow taxicabs on a New York City street.
- Hockey Equipment
Ice hockey, street
hockey, and field hockey are variants of the same game played with a curved stick and a puck or ball. Links to hockey equipment suppliers are included on the page.
Find point-to-point driving directions and view worldwide city and regional maps. Display street
addresses, view business locations, and plan car trips.
- The University of Tennessee--Knoxville
UT Knoxville, a land-grant university, traces its origins to 1794. There are 20,400 undergraduates, 6,000 graduate students, and 1,400 faculty. UT's MBA program is ranked 5th among public universities by the Wall Street
Journal, and there is also a well-known graduate program in nuclear engineering. More about all UT Knoxville programs, visiting the school, and applying on the website.
- Memphis Travel
MemphisTravel.com is the official guide to Memphis attractions, hotels, and restaurants. Memphis is an authentic and vibrant destination headlined by music and one-of-a-kind experiences such as Elvis Presley's Graceland, Sun Studio, performing arts, alternative rock and Blues music, an ornamental metal museum, Beale Street, Memphis Zoo pandas, the National Civil Rights Museum, Mississippi River views, mouthwatering barbecue, lively festivals, and intriguing galleries and museums.
Print is a bimonthly magazine that was founded in 1940. It is dedicated to showcasing exceptional design, both on and off the page. Print covers publication and book design, animation, exhibitions and street
art, and corporate branding. Print also covers social, commercial, and environmental design.
- Strand Book Store
In 1927, Ben Bass opened the Strand Book Store on 4th Avenue, home of New York's legendary Book Row. Named after the famous publishing street
in London, the Strand was one of 48 bookstores on Book Row, which ran from Union Square to Astor Place. Today, the Strand is the sole surviving book store on Book Row.
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The following articles provide recent street
Cobblestone Street and Sidewalk
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