Vauxhall


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Vauxhall

1. a district in London, on the south bank of the Thames
2. a public garden at Vauxhall, laid out in 1661; a fashionable meeting place and site of lavish entertainments. Closed in 1859
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From that very side entrance to the Vauxhall, near which the prince and all the Epanchin party were seated, there suddenly appeared quite a large knot of persons, at least a dozen.
In order to pass from the Vauxhall to the band-stand, the visitor has to descend two or three steps.
"I am sure he will to-night, dear," Amelia said, as she pressed Rebecca's hand; and Sedley, too, had communed with his soul, and said to himself, "'Gad, I'll pop the question at Vauxhall."
Pendril; and it will reach Vauxhall Walk, Lambeth, by the afternoon of to-morrow at the latest.
THE Pentagon Motor Group has confirmed its acquisition of the Archie Moss Vauxhall dealership in Belton Road, Loughborough, from owners, CSM (Basingstoke) Ltd.
Last month, Vauxhall had to issue its third fire-related recall for the Zafira B people carrier.
THE team at local Vauxhall Retailer, Drive Redcar, is celebrating after being awarded the prestigious Customer Excellence Award, and named amongst the top 43 Vauxhall Retailers in the UK.
PROVING Vauxhall's slogan, 'British Brand since 1903', runs more than skin-deep, two of the company's oldest vehicles - one of which was built in the year Vauxhall was founded - will be taking on Sunday's Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.
VAUXHALL is to recall more of its Zafira cars that were linked three years ago to fires.
Thousands of Vauxhall Zafira cars are being recalled following reports the model has been affected by fires.
VAUXHALL is introducing a highly-specified version of its Corsa that boasts many of the features more normally associated with premium executive models.