Ealing

[ee-ling]
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Examples from the Web for ealing

Contemporary Examples of ealing

  • Ealing and other afflicted districts need plenty of reassurance.

    The Daily Beast logo
    Quiet Suburb Battles Rioters

    William Underhill

    August 10, 2011

  • By late afternoon, knots of officers were already in place around the center of Ealing and police vans cruised the streets.

    The Daily Beast logo
    Quiet Suburb Battles Rioters

    William Underhill

    August 10, 2011

Historical Examples of ealing

  • "I haven't forgotten the life we lived at Ealing," she said significantly.

    The Angel of Terror

    Edgar Wallace

  • He died at his house at Wimbledon, and was buried at Ealing.

    The Town

    Leigh Hunt

  • After the close of my pastorate in Kensington, Ealing became my home.

  • The appointment at the spot, "where the two C's meet," at Ealing.

    The Place of Dragons

    William Le Queux

  • The spot 'where the three C's meet' at Ealing is the usual rendezvous, I suppose?

    The Place of Dragons

    William Le Queux


British Dictionary definitions for ealing

Ealing

noun
  1. a borough of W Greater London, formed in 1965 from Acton, Ealing, and Southall. Pop: 3 050 000 (2003 est). Area: 55 sq km (21 sq miles)
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