- a borough of Greater London, England: airport.
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Think Cary Grant from Croydon (and for all I know Cary Grant was from Croydon).Polanski's Brilliant Comeback
February 18, 2010
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The word Croydon has been spelt originally with an i, which has been changed to y.
Like his predecessor he was buried in the parish church at Croydon.
Whitgift was buried at Croydon where he founded a school and hospital.
Yet the bicycle wouldn't be spinning from Streatham to Croydon by itself.Fantasia of the Unconscious
D. H. Lawrence
The archbishops left Croydon, in 1758, when Archbishop Hutton died.Highways and Byways in Surrey
- a borough in S Greater London (since 1965): formerly important for its airport (1915–59). Pop: 336 700 (2003 est). Area: 87 sq km (33 sq miles)