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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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Bloomsbury said results tend to be second half weighted.
LITERARY LEGENDS THE borough of Bloomsbury has long been known as London's literary district and it's a theme which runs through the design and feel of the hotel.
The Lobster & Crayfish mac'n'cheese went down very well, as did the Bloomsbury Burger.
IBT titles will be included within Bloomsbury's digital resources.
Bloomsbury signed up JK Rowling, the books' author, after she was rejected by eight other publishers.
The company added that during the fiscal year it launched four new digital resources: Fairchild Books Library, The Fashion Photography Archive, Arcadian Library and Bloomsbury Popular Music.
The Bloomsbury set was an informal group of free thinkers that included the likes of Virginia Woolf, E.M.
"The very phrase 'queer Bloomsbury' is in its way redundant," the editors of Queer Bloomsbury readily admit, "implying that there could somehow be a neutral or 'unqueer' Bloomsbury" (5).
From 2016, both Kalimat Group and Bloomsbury will publish ten books from the list of their individual partner.
These titles will include books for children and young adults as well as general-audience fiction.There has long been an affinity between the Bloomsbury children's-book department and Kalimat Group; Bloomsbury employees hadbeen traveling to the Gulf to supporttheir partnership with the Qatar Foundation, which ran 2010-2015.
Thoroughly 'user friendly' throughout, "The Bloomsbury Introduction To Creative Writing" is also available in a hardcover edition (9781472578440, $94.00).
In searching for rented accommodations for her annual summer research trip to London this year, this reviewer was struck by the way in which the geographic designation "Bloomsbury" automatically conferred a premium in terms of the weekly cost.