Definitions

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  • proper noun borough in London.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Well I seem to recall they selected the owner of a local radio station in Ealing a few months back for a by election there, and the similarities and parallels seem clear.

    Norwich North by election - The Lib Dem selection dilemma

  • Well I seem to recall they selected the owner of a local radio station in Ealing a few months back for a by election there, and the similarities and parallels seem clear.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • I presume that when campaigning in Ealing North at the next General Election he will just say that he abstained on the vote regarding the Third Runway.

    Labour MPs in West London have just added another nail to their political coffins (Stephen Pound update)

  • Some would say that as Ealing is run by a Conservative Council the problem is not due to our Labour government and there is a grain of truth to that.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • For anyone who doesn't believe that property prices are in freefall, take a look at Property Snake; the page for Ealing is here.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • The cost of one zone 1-6 travelcard is less than the cost of the two travelcards that we'd need if we were in Ealing or wherever, so it makes money-sense too.

    Life update

  • I have seen only her first two performances, both of which were in Ealing films at the start of the decade.

    Mandy Miller: Nellie the Elephant

  • I believe the national average price for a property is just over £200,000, in Ealing it is about £325,000.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • I have seen only her first two performances, both of which were in Ealing films at the start of the decade.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Not needing much of an excuse to get involved, I found a proper shop, in Ealing, that arranged to have the motors re-wound.

    Tanked Up

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