from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Officially Royal Leamington SpaLeamington A municipal borough of central England northeast of Warwick. It is a health resort with mineral springs. Population: 61,500.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. Royal Leamington Spa, a health resort in Warwickshire, England
- proper n. a small town in Ontario, Canada
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Born in Leamington, Ontario, to parents from the Molise region of Italy, he completed studies at York University in Toronto, at Concordia University in Montreal, and at the University of Florence, and has taught both in Canada and abroad.
When Mike in Leamington Spa asked him about footballers 'wages, the reply came in a flurry of dropped t's.
First found it in Leamington Spa years ago, then it came to a little London store ... then since I've been working at Imagination they've opened right next door, with this freakin 'great big store full of music that I love, books that rock my world, and coffee that's cheap enough to fuel me like a rocket all day long!
Coventry ribbon-maker, or a slang Leamington squire, are looking on those very same landscapes too, and what do they profit?
When I received the invitation to address the Empire Club, I was immediately reminded of my boyhood in Leamington, Ontario after we left British Columbia.
Next time you are in Leamington, if you would like to take a message back, Ford, let them know that I need a little more work.
They have just made him rural dean, which adds responsibility and labor to that of his position as vicar, but does not increase his emoluments, which I regret, as the living of Leamington is not a very good one, and he has no vicarage house, and is obliged to keep two curates.
Here she is practicing at a Leamington Spa Hoop Club gathering in Leamington Spa, England.
Student Discounts in Leamington Spa | Adam Arnold - The Smarter CEO
Update: The Cotton Nappy Company are opening a shop in Leamington Spa on the 27th June: if you’re local, pop in and say hi.
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