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  • proper n. the City of London

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Examples

  • But it has disrupted the center of London -- the City of London, the Square Mile.

    CNN Transcript Apr 1, 2009

  • A city that rose from Londinium in Roman times to its current incarnation as the epicenter of Cool Britannia — where every second child is born to an immigrant mother, where the Square Mile financial district has surpassed Wall Street as the global financial capital — deserves a race like this.

    A Race to Remember

  • The corporation, the local authority for London's Square Mile financial district, hired Cunningham two years ago to be its political adviser.

    Not so cunning then Jack

  • The team posted a combined time of 1hr 5mins 20sec and were amongst a field of nearly 6,500 runners in the 5km challenge which took place through the closed-off streets of the Square Mile.

    Business News

  • It was also told it would have been hit with a £1. 5m fine had it not already been in wind down - a move widely viewed in the Square Mile as a warning shot.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The Royal Exchange, built in 1565, is located in London's Square Mile district and houses more than 30 luxury shops.

    Yahoo! News: Latest news headlines News Headlines | Top Stories

  • Financial services firm Legal&General will unveil demolition plans as part of the development of one of the City of London's biggest commercial schemes, seeking to gain from the upturn in tenant demand for new offices in the Square Mile.

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • Everest's house was well placed to serve the young City boys working in the Square Mile.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Leave for police in the capital has been cancelled for the summit amid warnings from Scotland Yard that some campaigners were planning disruption around the city's Square Mile.

    CommonDreams.org Headlines

  • Abbott Mead Vickers put a message from the business magazine the Economist on top of a bus that rolled through London's financial district, the Square Mile.

    Adland

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