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Bloomsbury

a district of central London in the borough of Camden: contains the British Museum, part of the University of London, and many publishers' offices

Bloomsbury

section of London where, in the first half of the 20th century, a group of artists and intellectuals frequently congregated. [Br. Culture: Benét, 115]
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Now, nearly 120 years later, the medals have fetched pounds 300 at an auction held at Spink in Bloomsbury, London.
10 WORST HOTELS: 1 Cromwell Crown, Earls Court, London 2 Corbigoe Hotel, Victoria, London 3 Nanford Guest House, Oxford 4 Cosmopolitan Hotel, Brighton 5 Eden Plaza Hotel, South Kensington, London 6 Hanover Hotel, Victoria, London 7 Rose Court Hotel, Paddington, London 8 Imperial Hotel, Manchester 9 Gresham Hotel, Bloomsbury, London 10 Park Hotel, Westminster, London
Her son, Sam, a 24-year-old Cellnet sim designer manager, of Bloomsbury, London, was killed on the Thames train.
Directors Nicola Scurlock and Martin Povey are said to be delighted as they prepare to hear the winners announced at Shaw's Theatre, Bloomsbury, London, on March 19.
The first restaurant opened in Bloomsbury, London, in 1992 and now there are sites in Sydney, Dublin and Amsterdam with expansion planned in Sydney, Ireland and Dubai.
The Total Fusion security package will also appear at the upcoming Counter Terrorism 2010 Conference during December 7-8, at Hotel Russell in Bloomsbury, London.
Two notes alone - a Mirfield and Huddersfield District Banking Company five pound note and a West Riding Union Banking Company five pound note with the word 'Huddersfield' printed on it - are each expected to sell for between PS300 and PS400 at the auction at Spink in Bloomsbury, London, tomorrow.
The final takes place at Goodenough College, Bloomsbury, London on April 27.
Operating on a very small scale, Persephone Books have just one shop in Bloomsbury, London, and sell primarily through mail order.
Over in the heart of Bloomsbury, London, travellers can bed down for 30 cents at the Generator, London's largest hostel with over 800 beds.
Set in 1958, the action takes place in the living room of Professor Hendryk's flat in Bloomsbury, London.