Limehouse


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Lime•house

(ˈlaɪmˌhaʊs)

n.
a dock district in the East End of London, England, once notorious for its squalor: formerly a Chinese quarter.
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The house with the bow-window," said Wemmick, "being by the river-side, down the Pool there between Limehouse and Greenwich, and being kept, it seems, by a very respectable widow who has a furnished upper floor to let, Mr.
When, an hour later, a Martian appeared beyond the Clock Tower and waded down the river, nothing but wreck- age floated above Limehouse.
Flora used to tell her something of her life in that household, over there, down Limehouse way.
But, Abbey was only short for Abigail, by which name Miss Potterson had been christened at Limehouse Church, some sixty and odd years before.
Limehouse Lizzy (Saturday, December 30 at Holmfirth Picturedrome).
Bill Nighy is well cast as a police inspector plodding through the fog of Victorian London in the downmarket Limehouse district.
FOUR PAGES OF LISTINGS START HERE The Limehouse Golem A series of gruesome and bloody murders have shaken the Limehouse community.
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FILM The Limehouse Golem (15) A stylish battle of wits between Scotland Yard and a diabolical serial killer, in which Bill Nighy gives a measured and moving performance as a righteous police officer, whose career has been dogged by rumours that "he's not marrying kind".
So beware the danger lurking in the shadows when you slip out to see the Limehouse Golem.
Those words resonate with a chill throughout The Limehouse Golem, a stylish battle of wits between Scotland Yard and a diabolical serial killer, which was originally announced with the late Alan Rickman leading the fine ensemble cast.