Twickenham


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Twickenham

a former town in SE England, on the River Thames: part of the Greater London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames since 1965; contains the English Rugby Football Union ground
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Even the best friend I have in the world, our excellent friend over yonder,' said Doyce, nodding towards Twickenham, 'extends a sort of protection to me, don't you know, as a man not quite able to take care of himself?'
If you were a wealthy member of 18th century London society set looking for a fashionable spot on which to locate your sprawling pad, Twickenham was the place to be.
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Twickenham Studios has signed a deal with developer Capital & Centric to create a PS50m Northern base in Edge Lane.
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Twickenham Primary School won permission from city councillors to continue to erect the steel structure amid safety concerns.
The financial implications the Rugby Football Union could suffer for moving England matches away from Twickenham to raise the sport's profile in the country outweighs the potential benefits of northern tests, RFU chairman Andy Cosslett has said.
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