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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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His original recipe on which Tanqueray Bloomsbury was based dates back to around 1880, when the distillery was located in Bloomsbury, England.
Thoroughly 'user friendly' throughout, "The Bloomsbury Introduction To Creative Writing" is also available in a hardcover edition (9781472578440, $94.
Bloomsbury reportedly acquired world English rights (excluding Canada) to Sweet Caress and will be releasing the title simultaneously in the US and the UK.
Bloomsbury chief executive Nigel Newton added: "We are fortunate to acquire such an excellent list as Conway with its fine authors, strengthening Bloomsbury s significant presence in specialist publishing.
The first two apps created for Bloomsbury were developed using the firm's StoryCreator technology have been launched on iTunes.
And with 1385 Broadway, Bloomsbury is moving into an excellent building with great ownership, and one that is in walking distance of all three major transportation hubs.
Bloomsbury added that its Public Library Online initiative, an internet subscription service for libraries, also continued to grow with eight million people served in the UK and 17million elsewhere in Europe.
Bloomsbury edition sales of last year's winner, Howard Jacobson's The Finkler Question, have now topped 700,000 worldwide, the publisher said.
Under the agreement, Bloomsbury will provide data to the desk tops of major law firms and corporate legal departments.
Publisher Bloomsbury has said it remains cautious about current trading despite a "resurgence of excitement" in the Harry Potter books.
The dispute began in November 2008 when Bloomsbury which is now in administration - alleged that Seafish was illegally charging levy on seafood landed outside the UK.