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With passenger traffic on the rebound, experts say the timing couldn’t be better for the new concourse.
Some work is still to be completed, as only two of the dozen or so restaurants and shops will open with the new concourse.
It’s just that his towering homer at Citi Field last summer, the one that floated above the stadium and bounced to a concessions stand on the upper-deck concourse, was sort of an accident.
In his first game, against the Houston Astros on Monday, he crushed a home run onto the left field concourse.
The proposed expansion — a $10 billion private and public investment — would add concourses and tracks, broaden the retail options, and improve bus and parking facilities at the second-busiest rail station in the country.
A vast concourse of angry men surrounded the tribunal, and filled the air with execrations.
He had to repress a smile as he followed where the other led him to a gray speedster in a distant corner of the open concourse.
That there would be a great concourse of lords and lordlings and their families and retinues followed as a matter of course.
The father of one of the oldest inhabitants of Riff witnessed the immense concourse of gipsies who attended the funeral.
THE ROMANCE OF HIS LIFEMARY CHOLMONDELEY
Formerly Makariew had the benefit of this concourse of traders, but since 1817 the fair had been removed to Nijni-Novgorod.
MICHAEL STROGOFFJULES VERNE

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