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Saint Pancras:

see CamdenCamden,
inner borough (1991 pop. 170,500) of Greater London, SE England. Within the borough, residential Hampstead is popular with writers and artists. John Keats, John Constable, George Du Maurier, H. G. Wells, Kate Greenaway, and Karl Marx lived there.
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For example, the great floating wings he has proposed for the concourse at King's Cross, twice the scale of Saarinen's roof at Washington Dulles Airport, would in effect not only bridge a gap but create a new building in the space between King's Cross and Saint Pancras stations.
Also tomorrow, the Church commemorates the Feast of Saint Pancratius or Saint Pancras, venerated in many parts of the world as the patron saint of children.
I was a choirboy, first at the daughter church of Saint Pancras, in Lidderdale Road until 1929/1930, then to Saint Agnes, where new organist Dr Caleb E.