- a former borough of London, England, now part of Camden.
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Examples from the Web for hampstead
He himself said that he only wrote for fun, to pass time, but no matter, he was turned into a heavy Hampstead cult.What It Was Like to Watch the Beatles Become the Beatles—Nik Cohn Remembers
February 9, 2014
It's in the garden of their house, which is on the edge of Hampstead Heath.Literary City: Deborah Levy’s London
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In Hampstead, he leapt onto the counter of the jam-packed Beantown Cafe so that curious voters could see him speak.Jon Huntsman’s Timely Jump Before New Hampshire’s Presidential Primary
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Romance can be found in a quiet spot in Rome, and in searching for ghosts in the Hampstead streets.
One day I abandoned my paper-filled study to wander the streets of Hampstead, where several of my subjects had lived.
There's a couple I know, called Haverstock, living out at Hampstead.The Foolish Lovers
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The parish of Hampstead was originally included in that of Hendon.
It was about this site that some of the first houses in Hampstead were built.
Henry talks of a drive to Hampstead, which may interfere with it.Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters
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"What you want to practise is the ordinary Hampstead Straight," I said.Once a Week
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- a residential district in N London: part of the Greater London borough of Camden since 1965; nearby is Hampstead Heath, a popular recreation area
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