Charing Cross


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Charing Cross

a district of London, in the city of Westminster: the modern cross (1863) in front of Charing Cross railway station replaces the one erected by Edward I (1290), the last of twelve marking the route of the funeral procession of his queen, Eleanor
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"Well, then, supposing that 'C.C.H.' does stand for 'Charing Cross Hospital,' what further inferences may we draw?"
House-surgeon, from 1882 to 1884, at Charing Cross Hospital.
Will you be at Charing Cross at twelve o'clock prepared for a journey.
She wished she had a pencil and a piece of paper to help her to give a form to this conception which composed itself as she walked down the Charing Cross Road.
There's a train from Charing Cross to Chatham at six in the morning, and we should be at Yoxley Old Place between eight and nine."
Well, Hopkins, here we are at Charing Cross, and I congratulate you on having brought your case to a successful conclusion.
He lounged along moodily, and stopped at Charing Cross to look about him, with as little interest in the crowd as any man might take, and was lounging on again, when a most unexpected object caught his eyes.
CM, governor to take part in procession at Charing Cross; rallies to be held in all districts
Along with a number of Tube goers, I descend Charing Cross' escalators.
Bakerloo, I'm told, is the deepest underground line in London's Tube network and whoever said that climate change is a 'hoax' should travel on the London Underground from Paddington to Charing Cross in late June.
LAHORE -- The Sudan Solidarity Committee here on Sunday staged a demonstration at Charing Cross in support of Sudanese citizens who were being denied rights.
The claims came to light during an investigation into a policeman accused of having sex with a vulnerable woman in Charing Cross police station in Central London.