article It was one of the biggest sales days of the year, and the Glasgow market was packed with bargain hunting shoppers.
The city was buzzing with shopping, with shoppers lining up in queues of up to three hours.
But there were also some surprising results.
The second largest market in Scotland, with more than 1,000 shops, had fewer than 1% of the total sales, the second lowest percentage of shoppers.
The market is the third largest in the UK, with an average of almost 8,000 customers per day.
It’s worth noting that many of these shops are closed at the end of the season, which means they’re closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and the first weekend in April.
But they are still the biggest on the market and offer bargain-hunting shoppers a huge selection of fresh produce, meats, seafood, cheese, eggs, bread and dairy products.
The first of these was the second-largest market in the country, with a total of nearly 2,300 stores.
The third-largest, in Glasgow, was the fourth-largest in the whole of Scotland.
It is not surprising that the fourth largest market was located in Glasgow.
Glasgow is the capital of Scotland and the largest city in Scotland.
Its population is almost six times the size of Edinburgh, with its population of more than 70 million people making it one of Scotland’s biggest cities.
The city has the second largest population of all the UK cities, and has one of Europe’s largest economies, with the largest export market and second-highest GDP per head.
The main shopping area of the city is the centre of Glasgow’s shopping precinct, and you will find some of the largest department stores, as well as a huge range of food outlets.
But its also home to a number of smaller retailers and food markets, such as the West End Market and the Cairngorm Market, as you can see from the map above.
The fourth largest is the city of Glasgow, with 1,600 shops.
It is also home of the Scottish National Gallery, the National Art Gallery and the National Museum of Scotland, as shown by the red arrows on the map.
The fifth largest is Glasgow’s Southside, with almost 1,200 shops, but only 5% of its market was devoted to food.
The sixth-largest city is Edinburgh, which has a population of nearly 70 million.
Its a major city in the United Kingdom with a population that is about 1,800 times that of Glasgow.
It has one the largest universities in the world, with about 7,000 students studying there, and a population almost three times that size.
The seventh-largest is Edinburgh’s Northside, which is home to nearly 7,600 stores.
It also has a number with great restaurants and shopping centres, as seen by the green arrows.
The eighth-largest town in Scotland is Glasgow with 1.3 million people, and it’s the fourth biggest city in Europe.
It shares the same name as the city that has the largest population, the city has more than one million residents.
Its the second biggest city with about 3,500 people, the third-biggest with about 2,400 and the fourth with more then 1,300.
The ninth-largest place in Scotland was the city with 1 million people and 1,500 shops, the sixth-bigest city with more around 3,000 and the eighth with about 1.1 million people.
It comes as a surprise to many that the second most popular shopping area in the city was in the centre.
The largest city centre is in the central part of the central Glasgow area, so there are a lot of people and a lot going to the city centre to shop.
The 11th-largest shopping area is in Strathclyde, with 8,400 shops and 1.5 million people living there.
The 12th-bigst shopping area was in Dundee, with 5,300 shops and 4.5-million people living in the area.
The 13th-most shopping area would be in Aberdeen with 6,400 stores, with around 1.4-million residents living there as well.
The 14th-best shopping area, with 2,000 stores, was in Edinburgh with 4,500 stores, while the 15th-worst is in Dundalk, with 4.4 shops and 2.5+ million people residing there.
There were also three major market locations that had some big winners, the biggest of which was the third highest market in Britain, the market in central Glasgow.
But the fourth and fifth-largest markets in the cities were in East Lothian, North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkside.