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Piccadilly

(pĭk'ədĭl`ē), street of the City of Westminster borough, London, England. Starting at Piccadilly Circus (London's center of traffic and amusement), it runs to Hyde Park Corner. The street is lined with shops, hotels, and clubs. The Albany, a club, was the residence of T. B. Macaulay, W. E. Gladstone, Edward Bulwer-Lytton, and George Canning.

Piccadilly

one of the main streets of London, running from Piccadilly Circus to Hyde Park Corner
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British Transport Police are recruiting a new set of specialist firearms officers for both Birmingham New Street and Manchester Picadilly stations.
By foot, a stroll along Picadilly takes you past that other famous hotel The Ritz to Picadilly Circus, leading to Regent Street and Oxford Street and then into the West End's theatreland or in the other direction there's Marble Arch, then on to Knightsbridge and all that shopping.
"Increased production from our lower-cost mines-including Rocanville--resulted in average manufactured cost of goods sold for the quarter of $90/mt, down from $128/mt in the same period last year when we incurred suspension-related costs at Picadilly." In the first quarter of 2016 PCS incurred costs of $32 million related to the suspension of production at its Picadilly facility in New Brunswick, Canada.
Umbria is something Binan never had before and the idea was for people not to have to go far to shop, dine and unwind,' said Andrew Ng, president and CEO of Picadilly Circus.
By Rail Today and tomorrow's First Transpennine Express Services between Liverpool Lime St and Newcastle via Manchester Victoria) will divert to start and terminate at Manchester Picadilly and won't call at Liverpool Lime St or Manchester Victoria.
The 12.50 train from London Kings Cross was delayed by an hour, and other services from Plymouth, Manchester Picadilly and Southampton Central were between 15-40 minutes.
Bulgarian supermarket chain Picadilly will decrease the number of its sites and reposition itself, opting for products in the medium and high end of the market.
Among these is the Picadelli collection, a play on the street name, 'Picadilly'.
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Passengers enjoyed grand, but comfortable, facilities, including Art Deco interiors, acres of 'Kidderminster carpet, a 'Picadilly Circus' shopping arcade, two swimming pools, a music studio, dog kennels (complete with lamppost) and, on that first voyage, entertainment from bandleader henry Hall and harmonica ace Larry Adler.