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- proper n. a road in the City of London, near the Bank of England, that runs from Gracechurch Street to the junction of Poultry and Cornhill
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. the principal street in London for banks and the offices of note brokers; hence, the money market and interest of London.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a street in central London containing many of the major London banks
Visitors from Australia consult a map near Lombard Street.
From the twisty, curvy pattern of San Francisco's Lombard Street to the road that carries planes over a highway in Germany, here are the 8 craziest roads in the world.
"I fear that once everyone is back from holiday things will blow up again," said Lombard Street's Mr. Stein.
Lombard Street economist Jamie Dannhauser said that this last quarter should not be seen as an end to that, with the strong business spending and business confidence of recent surveys showing underlying strength.
Protesters must also remain on the agreed route and must not enter Bank junction, Princess Street, Threadneedle Street, Lombard Street, Cornhill, Poultry and Mansion House.
Kidd at Lombard Street says they should grit their teeth and keep rates on hold, though she admits this will take "nerves of steel" in the face of the clamour for higher rates in some corners of the City – and among members of the monetary policy committee, including the hawkish Andrew Sentance.
Today's Headhouse takes its name from theses Colonial origins and the headhouse building on the Pine Street Side along with the "shambles" -- the connected structures that run to Lombard Street with Colonial origins.
In those early days, you were an urban pioneer if you lived south of Lombard Street and north of Locust.
Waiting for the money men in Lombard Street to make up their minds, King sat for two portraits and dreamed of making Zorn famous in Paris.
MARK WILLIAMS, WNDB NEWSTALK 1150: Well, this is like going down Lombard Street in San Francisco, still a lot of twists and turns in this case.
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