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Bethnal Green

[beth-nl] /ˈbɛθ nl/
a former borough of London, England, N of the Thames. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • But the family I am best acquainted with reside in the densest part of Bethnal Green.

  • He was born to it, in Bethnal Green, as it came out during the proceedings.

    Chance Joseph Conrad
  • Again, Bethnal Green does not contribute so much as Islington, and yet its poor-rates are four times as high.

    The Seven Curses of London James Greenwood
  • A variety of mission work is carried on in connection with Bethnal Green.

    Deaconesses in Europe Jane M. Bancroft
  • By the time they had turned into the Bethnal Green road, the day had fairly begun to break.

  • Mortimer assented to Bethnal Green, and they turned eastward.

    Our Mutual Friend Charles Dickens
  • By the time they had turned into the Bethnal Green Road, the day had fairly begun to break.

    Oliver Twist, Illustrated Charles Dickens
  • You saw that case, I suppose, this morning, of the woman dying of starvation in Bethnal Green?

  • The master of the Bethnal Green workhouse confirmed what has been said.

    The Vagrancy Problem. William Harbutt Dawson
  • In the districts of Spitalfields and Bethnal Green the police are but little particular with regard to street-stalls.

    The Mysteries of London, v. 1/4 George W. M. Reynolds

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