Ealing


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Ealing

(ˈiːlɪŋ)
n
(Placename) a borough of W Greater London, formed in 1965 from Acton, Ealing, and Southall. Pop: 3 050 000 (2003 est). Area: 55 sq km (21 sq miles)

Ea•ling

(ˈi lɪŋ)

n.
a borough of Greater London, England. 297,600.
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Where you see such persons as the Bishop of Ealing and the Countess of Slingstone, you may be pretty sure, Jane," the Baronet would say, "that we cannot be wrong.
John's Wood and Hampstead, and eastward in Shoreditch and Highbury and Haggerston and Hoxton, and, indeed, through all the vastness of London from Ealing to East Ham--people were rubbing their eyes, and opening windows to stare out and ask aimless questions, dressing hastily as the first breath of the coming storm of Fear blew through the streets.
It seemed to her very odd that he should know as much about breeding bulldogs as any man in England; that he had a collection of wild flowers found near London; and his weekly visit to old Miss Trotter at Ealing, who was an authority upon the science of Heraldry, never failed to excite her laughter.
Contract:London borough of ealing (lbe) is seeking to appoint supplier(s) for a range of parking related services including civil enforcement, i.
Ealing put the Dragons under enormous pressure in the closing stages of the first half and got the try their richly deserved when wing Curtis Wilson broke the dam, Penberthy's conversion made it 17-15 at the interval.
DRAGONS PREMIERSHIP SELECT: Tries - B Nightingale (3); cons - A Robson (3); pens - Robson (2) EALING TRAILFINDERS: Tries - R Lawrence, C Wilson, M Bright; cons - A Penberthy (2); pens - Penberthy (3)
Starting out from humble premises in west London, the legendary Ealing Studios saw the creation of such an amazing slate of cinematic works that the capital borough's name quickly become an adjective for a certain kind of film.
COVENTRY 7 EALING TRAILFINDERS 28 COVENTRY lost the second of their preseason games against Championship opposition but, again, could draw positives from their overall performance as a new squad continues to blend.
A NIGHTMARE second half saw Moseley slip to the bottom of the Championship table as they fell to a crushing defeat at relegation rivals Ealing Trailfinders, their heaviest league loss of the season.
EALING 55 MOSELEY 14 A second-half horror show in the capital saw Moseley slip to a crushing 55-14 defeat in their battle against fellow relegation rivals Ealing Trailfinders.
TYNEDALE are without full-back Simon Hammersley for tomorrow's trip to National One leaders Ealing.