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Dulwich

(ˈdʌlɪtʃ)
n
(Placename) a residential district in the Greater London borough of Southwark: site of an art gallery and the public school, Dulwich College
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The bridegroom, who had been staying at the house for two or three days previous, sallied forth gallantly to Dulwich Church to meet the bride, attended by Mr.
Pickwick is somewhat infirm now; but he retains all his former juvenility of spirit, and may still be frequently seen, contemplating the pictures in the Dulwich Gallery, or enjoying a walk about the pleasant neighbourhood on a fine day.
Edward Alleyn, from the portrait preserved at [78] his noble foundation at Dulwich, like a fine Holbein, figures, in blent strength and delicacy, as a genial, or perhaps jovial, soul, finding time for sentiment,--Prynne (included, we suppose, in this company, like the skull at the feast) as a likable if somewhat melancholic young man; while Garrick and his wife playing cards, after Zoffany, present a pair of just very nice young people.
I hear they are the most picturesque in the world"; and so she had a sudden interest for Hampstead, and Hornsey, and found that Dulwich had great charms for her, and getting her victim into her carriage, drove her to those rustic spots, beguiling the little journeys with conversations about Rawdon and his wife, and telling every story to the old lady which could add to her indignation against this pair of reprobates.
The next day was Saturday; therefore both William and Ralph were free to devote the whole afternoon to an expedition to Greenwich, which Cassandra had never seen, and Katharine confused with Dulwich.
Dulwich College International (DCI), established to bring the Dulwich education to students around the world, is now one of the U.
BEIJING -- A 'Pakistan Cricket Gala' was held to mark the 70th independence anniversary of Pakistan here at Dulwich Cricket Ground.
The cricket match was played between Pakistan Embassy Team and the Pakistani Community Team at Dulwich Cricket Ground Beijing, says a statement received here on Monday.
Enjoy an evening with James Russell, leading specialist on Ravilious and curator of the hugely successful 2015 Dulwich exhibition depicting the short lived but impressive artists work.
The striker is back at Dulwich Hamlet, the nonleague club from whom he moved North in 2013, after failing to cut the mustard at either the John Smith's Stadium or Cambridge United.
He is currently a Governor of Dulwich College, a Director of Dulwich College International and a senior advisor to two major fund management companies.
The old man and I are very fond of an art gallery in the afternoon, Dulwich Picture Gallery has some good exhibitions, otherwise we go for one of the Tates.