Regent's Park

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Regent's Park

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(Placename) a park in central London, laid out as Marylebone Park by John Nash; now known for the London Zoo, its open-air theatre, and Nash's curved terraces
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Estate agents say 50 Cumberland Terrace, in Regents Park, is worth around PS16.
Regents Park Community Primary School, with the support of its parent group Friends of Regents Park, held an auction in aid of the charity's Eye Department, which used its PS300,000 appeal target earlier this year to update its waiting room and add a play area.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Syed Ibne Abbas called on Imam-e-Kaaba, Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, at the Regents Park Islamic Cultural Centre London.
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Both were keen local footballers and attended Regents Park Mosque.
The clip shows the Fab Four at the Astoria Cinema at Regents Park, London on the December 24, 1963.
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Summary: The world 5000 metres champion has made a surprise appearance for a 5k jog around Regents Park.
Sven lives in a sumptuous Regents Park home, which he recently put up for sale at pounds 3m.
The decision to exclude baseball and softball should save London 2012 around pounds 50million as they had been due to be played in Regents Park in two temporary stadia seating 5,000 and 15,000 spectators.
The decision to exclude baseball and softball should save London 2012 around pounds 50m as they had been due to be played in Regents Park in two temporary stadia seating 5,000 and 15,000 spectators.