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Johnson’s London Dictionary: Trafalgar Square

TRAFALGAR SQUARE (n.) Large piazza that doth remind gallic peoples just who once ruled the waves.

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Johnson’s London Dictionary: Tube Challenge

TUBE CHALLENGE (n.) A pursuit by subterranean stagecoach that doth enter every coach halt within the capital whilst timed by chronometer.

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Johnson’s London Dictionary: Lambeth Palace

LAMBETH PALACE (n.) Residence that doth house the premier Anglican Prelate, that is neither a palace, nor in Lambeth but Vauxhall.

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Johnson’s London Dictionary: Luton Airport

LUTON AIRPORT (n.) Airflight terminus that doth claim to be a stop for London, despite being a stagecoach’s ride distant.

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Johnson’s London Dictionary: Beefeaters

BEEFEATERS (n.) Yeomen Warders who doth guard The Tower of London whose name could derive from their diet.

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