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Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Southall, in West London is home to many Hindus.

Implants

  1. SimplyDental is in west London and has dentist experts in dental implants.

Services

  1. Commercial property services in surrey and south west London.

London Academy

  1. The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), founded 1861, is a leading British drama school in west London.

Acton

  1. Ron Turner was killed in a road traffic accident in Acton, West London, while cycling.

Stamford Brook

  1. Stamford Brook is the confluence of three smaller streams, arising in West London, flowing into Hammersmith Creek and thence into the River Thames.

Notting Hill Area

  1. Portobello Road Market is a street market located in Portobello Road in the Notting Hill area of West London.
  2. Portobello Road Market sells antiques, and is located in the Notting Hill area of West London.

Osterley

  1. Osterley is a London Underground station in Osterley in west London.

Travelcard Zone

  1. Hounslow railway station is in the London Borough of Hounslow, in west London, and is in Travelcard Zone 5.

South West London Assembly Constituency

  1. The town forms part of Feltham and Heston Parliament constituency and the South West London Assembly constituency.[10].

West London Synagogue

  1. The West London Synagogue of British Jews was formed by a group of families in west London after breaking away from the Bevis Marks congregation in 1841.
  2. An Act of Parliament was passed in 1856, which empowered the minister of the West London Synagogue of British Jews to register marriage ceremonies.

Chiswick

  1. Chiswick (IPA pronunciation:) is an extensive district of West London, located within the eastern extremity of the London Borough of Hounslow and 5.

West London Line

  1. The West London Line is a short overground railway linking Clapham Junction in the south to Willesden Junction in the north.
  2. West Brompton is both a mainline railway station on the West London Line (WLL) and London Underground station.

Parts

  1. I feel very fortunate to live there and I am sure that many parts of South West London are equally pleasant places to live.

November

  1. Kim Wilde (born Kim Smith, November 18, 1960 in Chiswick, West London) is an English pop singer, professional gardener, and pop cultural figure.

Service

  1. Fault finding, installation, service and repairs carried out throughout South West London.

Family

  1. In four square miles of west London their lives are united by the concerns we all share: romance, finance and family.

Songwriter

  1. Jess Jackson (born July 15, 1980 in West London, England) is a record producer and songwriter.
  2. Lee Henry is a singer, songwriter and producer from Harrow in North West London.

Restaurants

  1. Chiswick is a beautiful leafy part of West London, renowned for its bars, and restaurants.

Millions

  1. The second major flood, of April 26, 1937, destroyed more than a thousand houses and caused millions of dollars in damages, particularly in West London.

Storm

  1. Amid fears that anti-racism campaigners could try to storm the BBC Television Centre in West London, up to 300 officers are expected to be on duty.
  2. Dunn, from west London, was shopping for sunglasses when she was spotted last year by a scout for Storm, the agency that famously discovered Kate Moss.

Great Britain

  1. The West London Synagogue of British Jews was established on the 15 April 1840, and is the oldest reform synagogue in Great Britain.

Britain

  1. Andy Murray of Britain returns the ball during his tennis match against Ivan Navarro of Spain at the Queen's Club Championships in west London June 8, 2010.
  2. The Reform movement began in Germany in 1819, but emerged independently in Britain in 1842 with the establishment of the West London Synagogue.

Houses

  1. The houses are low-built and not in the usual terraces that characterise west London.

Station

  1. Many routes to North and West London pass through this station.
  2. Falcon Jn at the south end of the station, where the West London Line (WLL) joins the Brighton Slow Lines.

Road

  1. Beneath the road lies the main low-level interceptory sewer taking waste water from west London eastwards towards Beckton.

Satellite

  1. Geography and climate A Landsat 7 satellite image of west London.

Home

  1. Kim Gelirli-Price, North West London I moved away from talgarth 15 years ago i now call london my home.
  2. Roddick has always been at home on the grass courts of west London and the second seed was quickly back in the old routine.
  3. Police found two bags of herbs in Singh's coat and in a handbag at her home in Southall, west London.

Three

  1. The College of North West London is one of the largest further education colleges in the UK with three major centres in north west London.

Great Western

  1. An Act of 1845 authorised the Great Western and the London and Birmingham to take out a joint lease of the West London line.

Side

  1. The sketch stars John Cleese and Michael Palin in safari outfits and pith helmets at the side of a canal lock (Teddington Lock in west London).

Heathrow

  1. Stopping trains run from Heathrow to Paddington via local stations in west London.

Twickenham Stadium

  1. Twickenham Stadium in west London is the national rugby union stadium, and has a capacity of 82,000 now that the new south stand has been completed.

Richmond

  1. Kew Gardens and Richmond are attractions on the other side of the city in West London, whilst Hampton Court Palace is at the south-western edge of the city.
  2. Unlike Richmond and other areas in South West London, Wimbledon is off the flight path into Heathrow.
  3. Many of the more recent immigrants have settled in the London & South East part of the United Kingdom, in particular, Richmond (South West London).

Terminus

  1. It also acts as the terminus for shorter distance commuter services to West London and the Thames Valley, also operated by First Great Western.

Central London

  1. From Wimbledon services to Central London, west London, the City and Midlands can be obtained traveling northbound.

Brentford

  1. The elevated section in West London, built in the 1960s, is mostly directly above the A4 and extends over parts of Brentford 's Golden Mile.

Stations

  1. New stations opened at Shepherd's Bush in 2008, and Imperial Wharf in 2009, bringing main line rail services to a large catchment area in West London.
  2. In addition, two new stations are under construction on the West London Line, and another has been proposed but is unlikely to come to fruition.

East Croydon

  1. Southern also operate a service from East Croydon to Milton Keynes Central via west London.
  2. On the West London Line, the existing Brighton to Watford service will now start from East Croydon.

Ealing

  1. Peter Hammill was born in Ealing, west London, and moved with his family to Derby when he was 12[1].
  2. Schola Gladiatoria is an historical European martial arts group based in Ealing, West London, Great Britain, founded and led by Matt Easton.
  3. Prior to World War I, plans were made by the GWR to construct a new line between Ealing and Shepherd's Bush to connect to the West London Railway.

Canal

  1. Route One end of the canal is at Brentford on the River Thames in west London, where the canal follows the engineered course of the River Brent.
  2. Dug in 1827-8, the canal only lasted until 1845 when it was filled in and used for part of the West London Railway.

Grand Union Canal

  1. On leaving our mooring at Little Venice, we wind our way along the Paddington arm of the Grand Union canal - a great way to see the suburbs of West London.

East

  1. Sikh communities are located in East and West London, which is also home to the largest Sikh Temples in the world, outside India.
  2. Sikh communities are located in East and West London, which is also home to the largest Sikh temple in the world, outside India.
  3. Covering North, South, East and West London we provide local removal services for household and business removals.

Croydon

  1. Junction mainline railway station as well as tram links to Croydon & South West London.

South London

  1. Other large communities can be found in Southall and Hounslow in West London and Tooting, Croydon and Streatham in South London.
  2. The A205 or South Circular Road is a roughly semicircular trunk road that joins west London to east London via south London.

Berkshire

  1. He first attended Hill House School in West London, and later the Cheam Preparatory School in Berkshire which the Duke of Edinburgh had also attended.

London Underground

  1. Gunnersbury station is a London Underground and National Rail station in Gunnersbury in west London.

Categories

  1. London Borough
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  3. Cities > Capitals > London > River Thames
  4. Cities > Capitals > London > Kensington
  5. Cities > Capitals > London > London Underground

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