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Bromley

(brŏm`lē), outer borough (1991 pop. 281,700) of Greater London, SE England. It is the largest of the 32 Greater London boroughs with an area of 59 sq mi (153 sq km). Bromley is mainly residential. The Crystal Palace, site of the 1851 Great Exhibition, was within the borough until fire destroyed it in 1936. The statesman William PittPitt, William,
1759–1806, British statesman; 2d son of William Pitt, 1st earl of Chatham. Trained as a lawyer, he entered Parliament in 1781 and in 1782 at the age of 23 became chancellor of the exchequer under Lord Shelburne.
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 the younger and H. G. WellsWells, H. G.
(Herbert George Wells), 1866–1946, English author. Although he is probably best remembered for his works of science fiction, he was also an imaginative social thinker, working assiduously to remove all vestiges of Victorian social, moral, and religious
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, the writer, were born in Bromley.

Bromley

a borough of SE Greater London. Pop.: 298 300 (2003 est.). Area: 153 sq. km (59 sq. miles)
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This latest exhibition, Tom Bromly Paintings, is the first time this collection of his work has been seen outside of small exhibitions in Northumberland.
Left, Tree and Cornfield, centre, Trees and Snowstorm by right, artist Tom Bromly
Dr Bromly said: "It is a real honour and a privilege to have been given this award.
THANK YOU Dr Julian Bromly, bottom right, was acknowledged for his outstanding support of people with mental health problems.
She was one of the first fashion students to be taught by Mary Bromly, who founded the department of dress design in Newcastle in what was then the College of Art and Industrial Design.
Prof Mary Bromly founded the department of dress design in Newcastle in what was then the College of Art and Industrial Design.
The department - and Mary Bromly, the woman behind it - proved to be an enduring inspiration and set Cabourn on the road to his current success.
Her name was Mary Bromly and she had just cracked the best joke they had heard all day.
The roots of the course can be traced back 38 years to when Prof Mary Bromly founded the department of dress design at the College of Art and Industrial Design.
In the lovely sitting room, which leads into what the Bromlys refer to as their garden room, there is a lovely group of finely painted pictures depicting the autumnal changes in groups of beech trees painted by Tom in a very productive period not long after he had retired as Dean of Newcastle Polytechnic (the forerunner of Northumbria University) Faculty of Art and Design in 1992.