High-Street bank

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  • High Street bank — ➔ bank1 * * * high street bank UK US (also High Street bank) noun [C] BANKING ► a bank in the UK that provides services to ordinary people, not only to businesses, and has many local offices: »All the High Street banks offer euro current and… …   Financial and business terms

  • High Street Bank — A term originating in the U.K. to refer to large retail banks which have many branch locations. The term high street is meant to indicate that these banks are major, widespread institutions, such as those that would be found in the main… …   Investment dictionary

  • high-street bank — See commercial bank …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • High Street (Sheffield) — High Street is one of the main thoroughfares and shopping areas in the city centre of Sheffield in South Yorkshire, England, located at the approximate grid reference of gbm4ibx|SK356874. High Street starts at the Commercial Street, Fitzalan… …   Wikipedia

  • High Street — This article is about the generic term for the main business streets in British towns. For roads of the same name and other uses, see High Street (disambiguation). High Street in Gillingham, Kent, England …   Wikipedia

  • High Street, Lincoln — The High Street of Lincoln, England, (road number B1262) is a long shopping high street. The street runs from south to north, starting at St. Catherines, Lincoln roundabout and ending approximately 1.5 miles (3.8 km) north at The Strait (in… …   Wikipedia

  • Borough High Street — with Tower 42 in the background …   Wikipedia

  • Clapham High Street railway station — Clapham High Street …   Wikipedia

  • State Street Bank Building — Infobox Skyscraper building name=State Street Bank Building location=225 Franklin Street, Boston, Massachusetts roof=477 ft (145 m) floor count=33 built=1966 use=Office architect=F.A. Stahl Associates developer=Equity Office Properties TrustState …   Wikipedia

  • Old Hill High Street railway station — was a station on the former Great Western Railway s Bumble Hole Line between Blowers Green and Old Hill. It was the second of the two stations in Old Hill, and its location in reference to the town centre was significantly more convenient than… …   Wikipedia

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