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Croydon

(ˈkrɔɪdən)
n
(Placename) a borough in S Greater London (since 1965): formerly important for its airport (1915–59). Pop: 336 700 (2003 est). Area: 87 sq km (33 sq miles)

Croy•don

(ˈkrɔɪd n)

n.
a borough of Greater London, England. 324,900.
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Similarly, Croyden Park in Fairview, which the union rented in 1913, became a recreation center for union members and their families.
At Watson Burton LLP, Christopher Graham acted as advocate for Atkins before the Croyden Employment Tribunal in its defence against whistleblowing and disability discrimination allegations.
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Yet despite putting up a good fight against an opponent who weighed in well over the 70kg class, Grieve was unable to claim a win at the prestigious Fairfield Halls in Croyden.
from North Mossley Hill Road to Croyden Way midnight to 4pm Queens Drive closed .
The other members of the band 'Rumour' are Rocky Gomes (drummer), Robert D'Souza (lead and rhythm guitar), Joe Carvalho (lead and rhythm guitar), Clifford D'Silva (keyboard) and Croyden Menezes (bass guitar).
Dominic was born in Millbury, one block from the home he eventually built himself on Croyden Street.
He said: "Kieran and I were in the Croyden and Bromley area so we played in the Kent Leagues and with our schools.
Langford does have a commitment to fighting at the Aston Villa Holte Suite on March 14 with promoter Tommy Owens when he will be looking for win number eight against Joe Walsh from Croyden.
Aseem Malhotra, of Croyden University Hospital, UK, writing in the British Medical Journal October 24, 2013.