Fulham


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Fulham

(ˈfʊləm)
n
(Placename) a district of the Greater London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (since 1965): contains Fulham Palace (16th century), residence of the Bishop of London
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After I had parted from the artilleryman, I went down the hill, and by the High Street across the bridge to Fulham.
There was black dust along the roadway from the bridge onwards, and it grew thicker in Fulham.
I saw altogether about a dozen in the length of the Fulham Road.
Philip read the advertisement columns of the medical papers, and he applied for the post of unqualified assistant to a man who had a dispensary in the Fulham Road.
It's all up, Sir, with the great Foot-Race at Fulham.
If she don't cotton to a man who's going to run in the Great Race at Fulham," he said, "there are plenty as good as she is who will
Because the bargain might still misfire any moment, he insisted on my packing at once and going up with him to lodgings he had already taken in Fulham, to be near the curio-shop in question.
Miss Carstairs, will you be at home if we call at your Fulham place in an hour and a half hence?
That night the detective and the priest were still talking of the matter as they drew near the Fulham house, a tenement strangely mean even for a temporary residence of the Carstairs family.
The dog he bought in London from Ross and Mangles, the dealers in Fulham Road.
In a word, it arrived that evening at a wonderful small cottage in a street leading from the Fulham Road--one of those streets which have the finest romantic names--(this was called St.
He went by Fulham and Putney, for the pleasure of strolling over the heath.