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THOUSANDS
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LONDON TRANSPORT
TRANSPORT
SOUTH KENSINGTON
VICTORIA
JEWS
HITLER
GREEK CITIES
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ZONE
EARTH
PUMP
SPEED UNDERGROUND
SPEED
PYRAMID
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UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
FREEDOM
RAILWAY STATION
SURFACE MINING
COAL
SLAVERY
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Definitions

  1. Underground, a documentary book by popular author Haruki Murakami consisting mainly of interviews with victims of the gas attacks.
  2. Underground, the Japanese Knotweed has extensive rhizomes, which are horizontal stems or roots with nodes that send out shoots.
  3. The underground is divided into six fare Zones' with zone 1 covering central London. (Web site)
  4. The Underground is a member of the Canadian University Press (CUP), a national organization of student newspapers.
  5. London Underground is an important part of everyday life of hundreds of thousands of Londoners. (Web site)

Docklands Light Railway

  1. It does not include stations exclusively served by the London Underground, Tramlink and Docklands Light Railway. (Web site)
  2. Smaller projects include extensions to the East London Line of the Underground, and to the Docklands Light Railway.
  3. Cutty Sark station on the Docklands Light Railway is one minute's walk away, with connections to central London and the London Underground. (Web site)

London Underground Network

  1. It aims to extend the East London line (formerly part of the London Underground network) and make it part of the mainline London Overground network.
  2. The City is well served by the London Underground network, as well as Docklands Light Railway and Thameslink services.
  3. The old East London line of the tube was a part of the London Underground network that ran from Shoreditch to New Cross. (Web site)

Velvet Underground

  1. The Fanatics were a Velvet Underground inspired unit that contained in their line up, Simon Fowler, Oscar Harrison and Damon Minchella. (Web site)
  2. I enjoy all kinds of music and this record is right up there with Big Star, Velvet Underground, Merle Haggard, Beatles, Hank SR. - anything.

London Underground Stations

  1. Due to the lack of London Underground stations in the borough, South London has an extensive railway network, the busiest in London.
  2. London Underground currently serves 273 stations, which are listed, along with DLR stations, at List of London Underground stations.
  3. Waterloo tube stations are two London Underground stations, the main and the Waterloo & City Line station.

London Underground Station

  1. Harrow-on-the-Hill station is a London Underground station served by National Rail and London Underground (LU) trains.
  2. Marylebone station or London Marylebone station is a National Rail and London Underground station in central London.
  3. Kennington tube station is a London Underground station in Kennington, on both the Charing Cross and Bank branches of the Northern Line.

Underground Tunnels

  1. When the War Rooms were in use, access was from the buildings above and underground tunnels.
  2. Along these viaducts, doors located in the upper part, where the water channel ran, allowed the same maintainance work needed by the underground tunnels.
  3. Inside the stations, the space was kept as open as possible, using the full height and width of the underground tunnels. (Web site)

Thousands

  1. With a little imagination, of course, such a prompt can create a slew of stories about an underground city inhabited by thousands of people. (Web site)
  2. The Iranian Kurdish militia probably numbers less than 1,000 in Qandil and thousands more underground in Iran. (Web site)

Dubai Metro

  1. Dubai Metro is a LRT system and runs both underground and on elevated tracks.
  2. When completed, Dubai Metro will have a total of 70 kilometres (43.5 miles) of lines, and 42 stations (including 9 underground stations). (Web site)

Construction

  1. The Mumbai Metro is an underground and elevated railway system that is currently under construction. (Web site)
  2. The London Underground, which started construction in the same period, was the first underground railway in the world, and remains the most extensive.
  3. The underground network (Metro Bilbao), whose construction started in 1995, is used by more than 78 million passengers every year.

Big Pit

  1. You can take an underground tour at Big Pit, or see a locomotive collection at Pontypool.
  2. Approximately 13 miles from Usk is Big Pit, the only coal mine in Wales where you can explore the underground workings with experienced miners as guides.

Visitors

  1. Big Pit is one of only two mining museums in the United Kingdom where visitors can be taken underground.
  2. What strikes visitors in the Kiev Metro the most is how deep underground the stations are located. (Web site)
  3. A station stop on the Underground Railroad, its many visitors included Frederick Douglass and Sojourner Truth.

Access

  1. Only 5 minutes from the Old City center by underground, guests will enjoy easy access to the city's major attractions. (Web site)
  2. Victoria Station offers access to trains, buses, coaches and London Underground services.
  3. The location was fantastic for getting around London with easy access to train station and underground. (Web site)

Goddess

  1. Korrigan - goddess of underground springs.

Oldest

  1. Most well known is the London Underground (commonly known as the Tube), the oldest and longest rapid transit system in the world. (Web site)
  2. Rail The centrepiece of the public transport network is the London Underground, the oldest and largest metro system in the world, dating from 1863. (Web site)
  3. It is also the oldest continuously active fraternity, since the other two Triad members went underground temporarily. (Web site)

Seeds

  1. In the fall, seeds—like Persephone herself—were buried underground. (Web site)
  2. After pollination, the fruit develops into a legume 3 to 7 cm (1 to 2 in) long, containing 1 to 4 seeds, which forces its way underground to mature.
  3. Once these objects were retrieved from the underground caverns, they were spread with seeds on the Thesmophorion, altars of Demeter and Persephone.

Mainstream

  1. Many hip-hop artists (both underground and mainstream) acknowledge a huge debt to Rakim's innovative style.
  2. In the 1990s, Asian Underground was considered hip and broke through to the mainstream. (Web site)

Resistance

  1. The eyes of the Gestapo--the Nazi's secret police--were especially trained on those believed to be part of the underground resistance.
  2. Continued resistance to Spanish rule was forced to go underground or flee to the mountains. (Web site)
  3. The Council of the Three (R3), in which the communist underground was strongly represented, emerged as the focal point of the resistance. (Web site)

Notes

  1. Notes from the Underground by Dostoyevsky, Fyodor View in context Here is the music, and the German words by Heinrich Heine.
  2. Notes from the Underground, or Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky is a groudbreaking novel in the world of modernist literature.

Escape

  1. They descend into the Pipeworks and discover that the instructions are indeed valid, and that the underground river holds the key to escape from the city.

Travel

  1. Running 20 hours a day, everyday and serving all parts of central London,the underground (or tube) is one of the easiest ways to travel. (Web site)
  2. Most stations have been done up the last ten years, cctv makes the underground much safer to travel in. (Web site)
  3. Thirdly, the worms may be using the moist conditions on the surface to travel more quickly than they can underground, thus colonizing new areas more quickly.

Journey

  1. Seebach eventually decided to journey into the underground of Paradigm City, where he encounters a megadeus Archetype. (Web site)
  2. By using the London Underground map and plotting your journey, you should have no difficulty finding your destination.
  3. There are still more new issues of Continuing your journey (CYJ) maps available at London Underground stations. (Web site)

Polish Government

  1. The author who was liaison officer between the underground and the exiled Polish government in London, wrote this amazing report right after the liberation. (Web site)

Warsaw

  1. In Warsaw they even formed an underground organization the task of which was to put up armed resistance to the nationalist militants. (Web site)

Canada

  1. Underground Railroad activity flourished in cities such as Rochester and Buffalo which were near the borders of Upper Canada.
  2. From the late 1820s until the American Civil War began in 1861, the Underground Railroad brought tens of thousands of fleeing slaves to Canada. (Web site)
  3. In the early seventies, however, new alternative and underground comics (or comix) publishers emerged in Canada.

London Transport

  1. From Heathrow you can take the underground (London Transport) to Victoria Railway Station and then the train to Brighton and on to Falmer.
  2. From Waterloo take the underground (London Transport) to Victoria Railway Station and then the train to Brighton and on to Falmer.
  3. The Travelcard season ticket for unlimited travel on London Buses and the London Underground was launched on 22 May 1983 by London Transport. (Web site)

Transport

  1. Easy quick access to transport via London Underground, buses or taxis.
  2. Deek served as facilitator in the underground railroad operated by bin Laden, arranging the transport of terrorists and explosives. (Web site)

South Kensington

  1. Or take the underground from Heathrow to South Kensington then change to the Circle line to Paddington. (Web site)
  2. For Wimbledon: from any of the Terminals catch the underground train and get off at South Kensington (journey approx 35 minutes - approx 15 stops). (Web site)

Victoria

  1. Victoria is the busiest station in London, and it services both underground and overground passengers, with a bus station just down the road.
  2. The Central Park Hotel is a short walk from the station, which is on the Victoria and Piccadilly lines of the London Underground.
  3. The Earls Court underground station is within walking distance from the hotel and has direct links to London's Heathrow and Gatwick (via Victoria) Airports. (Web site)

Jews

  1. But he strongly denies that there is any document showing that the underground ordered the "systematic" killing of Jews.".
  2. The Bialystok ghetto, which originally contained 50,000 Jews, was liquidated on August 16, 1943, following five days of fighting by the Jewish underground.
  3. Private individuals, religious orders, and institutions set up for this purpose by the Polish Underground State aided Jews.

Hitler

  1. On April 30, 1945, as the Battle for Berlin raged and the city was being over-run by Soviet forces, Hitler committed suicide in his underground bunker.
  2. Popular protest which threatened his popularity, eventually forced Hitler to abandon his euthanasia experiment, or at least take it underground.

Greek Cities

  1. Although etymology indicates that Zeus was originally a sky god, many Greek cities honored a local Zeus who lived underground. (Web site)

Cities

  1. Here is an alphabetical listing of cities which have a metro (also called underground or subway) system. (Web site)
  2. Svirfneblin, or deep gnomes, dwell in cities deep underground. (Web site)
  3. Urban rail networks are also well developed in London and several other cities, including the Manchester Metrolink and the London Underground.

Zone

  1. The Victoria line is part of the London Underground system and is a deep-level line running from the south (Zone 2) to the north-east (Zone 3) of London. (Web site)
  2. The resulting rift system failed but has remained as an aulacogen (a scar or zone of weakness) deep underground.
  3. Located in Zone 6, Feltham is the nearest station to Channins Hounslow Hotel London, with Hounslow West the nearest underground station. (Web site)

Earth

  1. Demeter is the Goddess of the harvest, the fertile ploughed earth, the Corn Mother; Persephone, the Corn Maiden, is the seed planted underground. (Web site)
  2. The people thought that the Underworld was underground so the riches of the earth (copper, mining, and gold) come from there. (Web site)

Pump

  1. Dig Dug" - Originally released in 1982 Equipped with only a shovel and a pump, tunnel your way underground and use the pump to blow up attacking enemies.

Speed Underground

  1. Speed into the anything-goes world of Need for Speed Underground 2 and dominate the tuner racing underground.
  2. Electronic Arts knows this all too well, and has just signed cover girl Brooke Burke to star in Need For Speed Underground 2. (Web site)
  3. Enter the world of urban street racing and high performance tuner cars with the latest title in the hit Need for Speed series: Need for Speed Underground. (Web site)

Speed

  1. More cheat codes, hints, walkthroughs and tricks for Need for Speed Underground 2 Shop Map can be found at our forum. (Web site)
  2. Need for Speed Underground 2 for Game Boy Advance - GameSpot offers reviews, previews, cheats, and more.
  3. Need for Speed Underground brings this fast and furious world of street racing on to the Game Boy Advance with mostly positive results. (Web site)

Pyramid

  1. In the case of the Nubian pyramids, the tombs of owners were usually underground with the pyramid built on top.
  2. Access to the chamber above this granite roof was by a staircase, which began in an open trench on the north side of the pyramid and descended underground. (Web site)
  3. Underground galleries surround the pyramid on all but the south sides. (Web site)

Entrance

  1. At midnight the engineering corps blew up the entrance, opening the passage leading to the underground palace. (Web site)
  2. At the entrance to the observatory Stjärneborg located underground, Tycho Brahe built a Ionic portal.
  3. This will include an expanded interchange with the London Underground and a new entrance on the south bank of the River Thames. (Web site)

Underground Railroad

  1. Woodson's notion of an escape hatch notion proved correct: Indian villages welcomed fugitives, and served as stations on the underground railroad. (Web site)
  2. Only a small number of slaves traveled by the organized network of routes, "conductors" and "stations" that came to be known as the Underground Railroad.
  3. The Motts were abolitionists, and their home became a station on the Underground Railroad, by which Southern slaves escaped to the North. (Web site)

Freedom

  1. He joined the Underground Railroad while in Ripley, leading hundreds of slaves to freedom. (Web site)
  2. Brown became a conductor on the Underground Railroad and worked on a Lake Erie steamer ferrying slaves to freedom in Canada. (Web site)
  3. In 1995, she won an award (Canadian Radio Television News Directors) for her news serial, Journey to Freedom a look at the Underground Railroad.

Railway Station

  1. For other meanings, see London Bridge (disambiguation); for the nearby overground and underground railway station, see London Bridge station.
  2. Our beautiful impressions from the London Hyde Park Corner (Tube) underground railway station, connects from all over the city incl.
  3. Victoria Station concourse Victoria station is a London Underground and railway station in London, in the City of Westminster. (Web site)

Surface Mining

  1. Mining techniques can be divided into two common excavation types: surface mining and sub-surface (underground) mining. (Web site)
  2. Includes used underground mining equipment, surface drilling equipment and surface mining and earthmvoing equipment. (Web site)

Coal

  1. Coal: A fossil fuel formed by the breakdown of vegetable material trapped underground without access to air. (Web site)
  2. Methane in coal is dangerous, as it can cause coal seam explosions, especially in underground mines, and may cause the coal to spontaneously combust.

Slavery

  1. Through this underground, fugitives from slavery also escaped to freedom in the West Indies, Mexico, and Native American territories in Florida and the West.
  2. He escaped from slavery and went on to try to help others escape on the Underground Railroad, ultimately assisting hundreds to freedom. (Web site)
  3. Windsor was a major entry point into Canada for refugees from slavery via the Underground Railroad and a major source of liquor during American Prohibition.

Slaves

  1. As a response to the Fugitive Slave Act (1793), abolitionists use the "underground" to assist slaves to escape into Ohio and Canada.
  2. Assisting "thousands of slaves to leave their homes" through the Underground Railroad.
  3. Slaves in the United States who escaped ownership would often make their way north to Canada via the " Underground Railroad ".

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