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(Placename) a borough of SE Greater London. Pop: 298 300 (2003 est). Area: 153 sq km (59 sq miles)


(ˈbrɒm li, ˈbrʌm-)

a borough of Greater London, England. 294,900.
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There was Major Sholto, Captain Morstan, and Lieutenant Bromley Brown, who were in command of the native troops, and there was the surgeon himself, and two or three prison-officials, crafty old hands who played a nice sly safe game.
You don't find 'ardly a man, you won't find nothing but dogs and cats after the rats until you get round by Bromley and Beckenham, and there you find the Kentish men herding swine.
The london borough of bromley ( the council ) is inviting tenders from experienced providers with a proven track record of providing substance misuse services for adults and young people.
BROMLEY 0 SPENNYMOOR TOWN 0 SPENNYMOOR Town produced a heroic display to take in-form National League side Bromley to a replay in the FA Trophy Quarter-Final.
Anthony Bromley pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to dangerous driving, driving while disqualified, possessing heroin and crack cocaine, and possessing heroin with intent to supply.
TRANMERE can expect to come up against a former Prenton Park favourite in Ben Chorley when they visit Bromley this afternoon.
MISSED opportunities and individual errors cost Blues dearly on their trip to the capital to face Bromley.
com)-- More than 120 guests attended the ceremony and gala dinner, which was held at The Warren, to hear the winners of each of the 11 categories, along with the overall Bromley Business of the Year 2014, announced.
Bromley, Intimacy and Sexuality in the Age of Shakespeare, Cambridge University Press, 2012, pp.
To set up his argument, Bromley spends much of his introduction historicizing intimacy.
Bromley locates "in the age of Shakespeare" an alternate conception of intimacy that, had it not ultimately been foreclosed, would have made the current marriage debates virtually moot.