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“This new super-black coating produced by Richard Brown and his colleagues at the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in Teddington is designed to revolutionise the manufacture of optical instruments.”
“We all live very happily, if rather noisily, in a place called Teddington which is about half an hour south west of London.”
“Peter Whibberley, a physicist at the National Physical Laboratory in Teddington, south-west London, told the science journal Nature that, despite 10 years of debate, "there is no convincing evidence that anything serious would happen if you made a mistake introducing a leap second into a system".”
“The start and finish are on the driveway in front of the palace while the names along the route sound as leafy as London outliers get: Esher, Kingston, Teddington, Sandown, East and West Molesey.”
“By post: you can complete the survey including your contact details published in the Travel section of the Saturday Guardian on 26 February, 5 or 12 March 2011 and return it to The Guardian and Observer Travel Awards, c/o Sample Answers Ltd, Bridge House, 74c Broad Street, Teddington, Middlesex TW11 8QT.”
“By the next decade, Warner Bros. contracted Beaver to man Teddington Studios's music division.”
“Those who remember it will recall that Ernie had a rival for the hand of Sue, a baker called Two-Ton Ted from Teddington.”
“Cable may decide to stand in the new seat of Teddington and Hanworth which takes in much of his old seat of Twickenham.”
“The lock was built in 1894 to ensure that the Thames between Richmond and Teddington was something more than a stream crawling along the bottom of a mud canyon.”
“That hurtful defeat prompted Farah's decision to start training with a group of leading Kenyan runners who, sharing his agent, Ricky Simms, had based themselves in Teddington.”
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