Paddington


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Pad•ding•ton

(ˈpæd ɪŋ tən)

n.
a former residential borough of Greater London, England, now part of Westminster.
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"To the Paddington Station, and then if we are in good time, as I think we shall be, you shall tell me all about Mary and the children."
Afterwards he took a taxi and called at his rooms, walked restlessly up and down while Jarvis threw a few clothes into a bag, changed his own apparel for a rough tweed suit, and drove to Paddington. A few minutes later he took his place in the Cornish Express.
In Paddington all Cornwall is latent and the remoter west; down the inclines of Liverpool Street lie fenlands and the illimitable Broads; Scotland is through the pylons of Euston; Wessex behind the poised chaos of Waterloo.
3:34 train, which will leave you at Paddington before eight." He was surprised at my knowledge of the trains offhand, but he does not know that I have made up all the trains to and from Exeter, so that I may help Jonathan in case he is in a hurry.
We reached Paddington at seven, and drove direct to the restaurant I have before described, where we partook of a light meal, left Montmorency, together with suggestions for a supper to be ready at half-past ten, and then continued our way to Leicester Square.
Mary's is said to meet the parish of Paddington. Here Peter found the two babes, who had fallen unnoticed from their perambulators, Phoebe aged thirteen months and Walter probably still younger, for Peter seems to have felt a delicacy about putting any age on his stone.
My wants were few and simple, so that in less than the time stated I was in a cab with my valise, rattling away to Paddington Station.
We have, I think, just time to catch our train at Paddington, and I will go further into the matter upon our journey.
"Then on Saturday, unless you hear to the contrary, we shall meet at the ten-thirty train from Paddington."
He would cry out against a momentary confusion between a light-green Paddington and a dark-green Bayswater vehicle, as his uncle would at the identification of a Greek ikon and a Roman image.
Macbeth, and (2) Miss Macbeths; Viscount Paddington, Sir Horace Fogey, Hon.
Not a word had we had together; not a word did we have until we had left the others at Paddington, and were skimming through the streets in a hansom with noiseless tires and a tinkling bell.