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Piccadilly

(ˌpɪkəˈdɪlɪ)
n
(Placename) one of the main streets of London, running from Piccadilly Circus to Hyde Park Corner
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Startled by this discovery and seeing herself pacing a circle all the days of her life round Picadilly Circus she was greatly relieved to pass a building put up by the London County Council for Night Schools.
Bulgarian supermarket chain Picadilly will decrease the number of its sites and reposition itself, opting for products in the medium and high end of the market.
Try Six Eight Kafe in Temple Row, Urban Coffee Company in Church Street or Faculty Coffee in the Picadilly Arcade (although beware the latter is tiny so no good for big groups).
Byline: WILD SONG by Janis Mackay Picadilly Press, PS6.
Having already visited 68 European cities, the UK leg reached London's Covent Garden and Cardiff last weekend and moves on to Birmingham tomorrow before heading north to Picadilly Gardens, Manchester on Sunday.
Stephen McMenzie: "By this logic they should ban traffic around Picadilly Circus and Times Square.
We just finished a successful project for Potash Corporation in Picadilly, New Brunswick where we sank two shafts through water-bearing ground with a complex linen"
Selling five of the famous Picadilly store's key product ranges on the ground floor, the purpose-built 9,400 square foot building also has a tea room on the first floor and an ice-cream parlour on the second, aiming to recreate the feel of the UK store, which has been supplying groceries to the British royal family for centuries.
There was Small Heath, Kingston, Coronet, Adelphi, Sparkhill, Picadilly (still there), Sparkhill, Springfield, Hall Green, Rialto, Robin Hood, Acocks Green, the Warwick, Olton, the Quinton.
Some pieces escape the rhetoric of the condition report, though: among them, a remarkable set of sixty rare prints from "The Picadilly Project," a collaboration with Hansjorg Mayer begun in 1969, a major work of graphic experimentation based on a subversion of the printing process applied to a cheap, popular Picadilly Circus postcard.
Manchester Airport is easily accessible from Birmingham with Cross Country Trains running a direct, 90-minute service from New Street to Manchester Picadilly leaving a 20-minute train to the airport.