American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Bloor, Ella Reeve Known as "Mother Bloor.” 1862-1951. American labor organizer and political radical who was a founder (1919) and central committee member of the Communist Labor Party.
“I was in Bloor West Village at a Charity Bazaar/Yard Sale thing for my work and he got off the subway at Runneymede and was posing for everyone and tried to dive in the side window at McDonald’s only to be shooed away.”
“Robin Bloor, another analyst who heads a research firm called Bloor Group, said the plan is promising enough that he expects other to emulate it.”
“If an underground loop is installed just in front of the entrance to … I forget what the institution is called along Castle Frank on the south side of Bloor … but it doesn't come up to the edge of Bloor, meaning there should be room for a loop protruding south of Bloor a little.”
“After a successful Dr. Horrible pre-event, the Toronto Browncoats have a fantastic event planned at Bloor Cinema, the corner of Bathurst and Bloor.”
“Rochdale occupied an 18-story student residence at Bloor St. and Huron”
“Completed in 1968, it is the sister building to the Tartu student residence a short distance west across Bloor street.”
“Rochdale building on Bloor St. The 18-storey tower that once housed Rochdale at”
“The school however will be named after him in perpetuity, so that the thousands of people who daily pass by the handsome building on Toronto's swanky Bloor Street will be reminded of Munk's generosity and commitment to global understanding.”
“There is this young guy down on Bloor in Toronto that fashioned a fishing rod out of a stick and a Styrofoam cup.”
“As Marc Charbonneau stated the Subway/RT system is numbered as 1 Yonge-University-Spadina, 2 Bloor-Danforth, 3 Scarborough RT and 4 Sheppard.”
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