Tottenham


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Tot•ten•ham

(ˈtɒt n əm, ˈtɒt nəm)

n.
a former borough, now part of Haringey, in SE England, N of London.
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Now, I have kept my eye since, upon the broker's shop,' said Traddles, with a great enjoyment of his mystery, 'which is up at the top of Tottenham Court Road, and, at last, today I find them put out for sale.
He began to question me closely about Tottenham Court Road and Gower Street.
I am going to one or two places in the Tottenham Court Road, by appointment," he announced, "to inspect some new patterns of camp bedsteads.
She sat down and put her shoes on, then changed her skirt and put on a hat; and they walked out together till they found a restaurant in the Tottenham Court Road.
They went up Parliament Street, past Saint Martin's church, and away by Saint Giles's to Tottenham Court Road, at the back of which, upon the western side, was then a place called the Green Lanes.
If she had had her way, she would have walked very fast down the Tottenham Court Road, and then sprung into a cab and raced swiftly home.
I can't take you, sir, if you're not going towards Tottenham Court Road," said the driver civilly, when I opened the cab door.
In this manner they walked on, very amicably, until they arrived at Miss Knag's brother's, who was an ornamental stationer and small circulating library keeper, in a by-street off Tottenham Court Road; and who let out by the day, week, month, or year, the newest old novels, whereof the titles were displayed in pen-and-ink characters on a sheet of pasteboard, swinging at his door-post.
He had just established himself in lodgings in Alfred Place, Tottenham Court Road; and he desired to see Mr.
I want to be a lady in a flower shop stead of selling at the corner of Tottenham Court Road.
Father was a plumber in the Tottenham Court Road, and he left a tidy business behind him, which mother carried on with Mr.
With that outlook it should have been a successful room, but the trail of Tottenham Court Road was upon it; he could almost visualize the motor-vans of Messrs.