Covent Garden

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Cov·ent Garden

 (kŭv′ənt, kŏv′-)
An area in London long noted for its produce market (established in 1671) and its royal theater (first built in 1731-1732). The market was moved to a site on the Thames River in 1974.
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Covent Garden

(ˈkʌvənt; ˈkɒv-)
n
1. (Placename) a district of central London: famous for its former fruit, vegetable, and flower market, now a shopping precinct
2. (Named Buildings) the Royal Opera House (built 1858) in Covent Garden
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Cov′ent Gar′den

(ˈkʌv ənt, ˈkɒv-)
n.
1. a district in central London, England, formerly a vegetable and flower market.
2. a historic theater in this district, first built 1731–32.
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Digital marketing company Allied Integrated Marketing announced on Thursday that it has opened an office in Covent Garden, London, England for its digital division, the company's the first office outside of North America.

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