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West End

the. a part of W central London containing the main shopping and entertainment areas
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

west end

The end of a church that is opposite the sanctuary; usually where the main doors are located; so called because medieval churches almost invariably had their sanctuaries at the east end.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Located at the corner of 59th Street and West End Avenue, One West End is comprised of 246 lione-to-ftve bedroom residences as well as a collection of Penthouse and Tower Duplex homes.
Aberdeen Performing Arts (APA) said it was delighted to have the West End stars coming to HMT.
Things "kicked off" when a West End player was shown a red card for an alleged elbow.
All of West End Workshop's tutors are West End performers who lead an exciting mix of drama, singing and dance classes, grouped according to age and ability.
Louis Park's West End will start construction on a third this year, bringing its total construction investment in the area to nearly $200 million.
Atlanta, GA, June 13, 2018 --(PR.com)-- This June, residents of the West End Oakland City Apartments will get a new mural on the side of their apartment building.
This week is an exciting time for the team at West End Garage KODA in Stirling.
However, The Eagle were unable to field a team and their place was taken at the last moment by The West End - who more than justified their inclusion.
A Heartfelt Mission: The West End Home Foundation 1891-2016
An exclusive collection of homes are available at Westmark Tower, Berkeley Homes' landmark UK scheme West End Gate.

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