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1 The couple tore themselves away from London.
2 She scampered in London then went back to America.
3 First she goes to Paris and then to London.
4 He hopped to and fro between London and Paris for the business.
5 It spots in London in Spring.
6 He was nursed in London.
7 Stoxx Europe 600 Index climbed 1.1 percent to 254 at 1:23 p.m. in London, paring gains after a private report showed U.S. companies unexpectedly cut jobs in August.
8 The girl already beached in London.
9 The event has astonished London society.
10 He has offered to host a summit in London early next year to discuss how the international community should proceed.
11 We therefore welcome the reports of the London Jobs Conference and the Rome Social Summit and the key principles they proposed.
12 not happen, at least not at the London Summit.
13 Our meeting in a London pub is squeezed between a visit to Turkey, talks at Downing Street and a flight to Mumbai.
14 The pound stayed firm against the dollar in London.
15 Members of the country's elite have many personal ties with the West: they own property in London, send their children to British and American universities and hold foreign bank accounts.
16 It owns most of the Scilly Isles, the Oval cricket ground in London and Dartmoor prison.
17 Later, the honorable artillery company gave the prince a 62 gun salute at the tower of London.
18 We have project centers around the world, in places like London, Bangkok, Sydney, Hong Kong, and Venice.
19 Tour operators offer trips to the islands from Bali, while the animals can be seen at a number of zoos, including London.
20 Coffee, computer… within an hour the world beckoned in the shape of OzBus: a magical bus leaving London Bridge for a three-month adventure across 17 countries to the Land Down Under.
21 British taxi driver who showed up at BBC headquarters in London to pick up a fare was mistaken for a computer expert, and bustled into a studio and given a microphone to be interviewed.
22 The USPS used an elaborate system ofpneumatic tubes during the early 19th century, but London took anentirely different approach and built this scaled-down railroad systemto be used only for parcels.
23 We have an employee from Cambridge. She was 30 years old, she went to London to an exhibition center.
24 It will go on display at the Guardian and Observer newspapers' Newsroom exhibition centre in Farringdon, North London.
25 He has left Beijing for London.
26 London certainly has the bars and drinking culture but it is also a city that has influenced other cities and continues to punch above its weight in the arts.
27 Merlin, the owner of the Legoland theme parks, the London Eye (another Ferris wheel) and Madame Tussauds, a group of wax museums, has yet to invest in Austria.
28 Bolstered by finance from the City, he resisted the lure of a foreign takeover, ultimately listing on the London Stock Exchange.
29 But he reserves his strongest criticism for the City of London where he sees investors interested only in elaborate speculation, and unwilling to take risks on backing ordinary businesses.
30 book was then destroyed in the London Blitz. It took Bray another 40 years to finish the next copy, which was donated to the British Library after his death.