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There is not a great deal you can do if you have what we call a street canyon

but the thing the Festival is most famous for is its great street music

Could you spell that please Yes TAMER Street Lovely

King Street is for local commuter lines and regional services

In the evening I strolled across the Park and found myself about six o'clock at the Oxford Street end of Park Lane

The house was separated from the street by a low wall and railing the whole not more than five feet high

May I ask how you knew who I was Well sir if it isn't too great a liberty I am a neighbour of yours for you'll find my little bookshop at the corner of Church Street and very happy to see you I am sure

I came over at once to London called in my own person at Baker Street threw Mrs Hudson into violent hysterics

I had imagined that we were bound for Baker Street but Holmes stopped the cab at the corner of Cavendish Square

I observed that as he stepped out he gave a most searching glance to right and left and at every subsequent street corner he took the utmost pains to assure that he was not followed

We emerged at last into a small road lined with old gloomy houses which led us into Manchester Street and so to Blandford Street

Here Holmes turned suddenly to the right and we found ourselves in a large square empty room heavily shadowed in the corners but faintly lit in the centre from the lights of the street beyond

Surely that is Baker Street I answered staring through the dim window

The rest I arranged myself during my visit to Baker Street this afternoon

At last as midnight approached and the street gradually cleared he paced up and down the room in uncontrollable agitation

Outside the street was absolutely deserted

Never had I known my friend more moved and yet the dark street still stretched lonely and motionless before us

A low stealthy sound came to my ears not from the direction of Baker Street but from the back of the very house in which we lay concealed

As he sank to the level of this opening the light of the street no longer dimmed by the dusty glass fell full upon his face

I had imagined you as operating from the street where my friend Lestrade and his merry men were awaiting you

It stood on a small pedestal table with an old dressing gown of Holmes's so draped round it that the illusion from the street was absolutely perfect

The wind blew dust and bits of paper around in the street and there seemed to be no colour in anything except in the posters that were everywhere

There was nobody else in the street and no telescreens

The blue overalls of the Party were an unusual sight in a street like this

The bomb had destroyed a group of houses two hundred metres up the street and in front of him he saw a human hand cut off at the wrist

He was in a narrow street with a few dark little shops among the houses

But then as he stepped into the street his heart turned to ice

Then they had had to see each other in the street in a different place every evening and never for more than half an hour at a time

Slowly in the afternoon sunshine he walked up a narrow street to Mr Charrington's shop watching for the Thought Police but sure although he had no reason to be sure that he was safe

Anyway the address is 24 Kitchener Street that's KITCHENER Street

Nobody ever stopped him in the street to say, with a happy smile, My dear Scrooge, how are you? When will you come to see me?

They were in an old, dark building in a lonely side street, where no one except Scrooge lived.

In the blackness of the night, through the fog and the frost, Scrooge had to feel his way along the street with his hands.

Down one street there was a small shop, where an old man was sitting waiting for customers.

What's today? he cried, calling down to a boy in the street.

In the wine shop of Monsieur Defarge there were not many customers and Defarge was outside, talking to a man in the street.

In a quiet street not far away was the house where Dr Manette and Lucie lived.

At the corner of a street in Saint Antoine, one of the coach wheels hit something, and the people in the street screamed loudly.

The people in the street came close to the coach and looked at the Marquis with stony, silent faces.

In the morning Mr Lorry found rooms for Lucie and her family in a quiet street near the bank.

My servant, a boy called Ernest Defarge, brought in a stranger, who asked me to come at once to visit a sick man in the next street.

There is a shop in Bond Street that would do it really well.

You remember the story of the man who stops the musician on the street of New York and asks how he can get to Carnegie Hall.

No, it was on the street when I was stationary at a red light, some person brought me home, the car was left in the next street,

He could not understand why his wife was taking so long to return, the street was nearby, some eighty or a hundred metres,

A car stopped in the street, At last, he thought, but then realised that it was not the sound of his car engine,

You told me the car was in the next street, she corrected herself, and it isn't, unless they've left it in some other street,

No, no, I'm certain it was left in this street, Well then it has disappeared,

She did not remove her glasses, the street lighting disturbed her, especially the illuminated ads.

It's 24 Manly Street, Milperra near Sydney.

Then have a look at this house, in Mead Street. It's got a very large living room and kitchen, bathroom, cloakroom How much is it? That one's 580.

He had been in the same place for thirty years: a shop at the top of a hilly street where few customers passed.

He spent the entire morning observing the infrequent comings and goings in the street.

The merchant turned to a customer who wanted three crystal glasses. He was selling better than ever… as if time had turned back to the old days when the street had been one of Tangier's major attractions.

As he took his jacket out of the pouch, thinking to give it to someone in the street, the two stones fell to the floor. Urim and Thummim.

Turn right at Spring Street.

You are at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Spring Street.

Take a left at Pike Street.

It's in front of you on the corner of Pike Street and Post Avenue.

A movie theater? Sure. There's one on First Street. It's called Hollywood Theater.

Yes. See, there's one across the street.

The address is 348 Main Street. lt's across from the park.

He runs across Zaza's garden and down the street.

In order to address the traffic problems, the pavements on the comer of Carberry and Thomas Street will be widened.

This will help to reduce the speed of vehicles entering Thomas Street.

We think it's very important to separate the local residential streets from the main road. So the roadway at the entry to Thomas Street from Days Road will be painted red.

A keep clear sign will be erected at the junction of Evelyn Street and Hill Street, to enable traffic to exit at all times.

Something we're planning to do to help control the flow of traffic in the area is to install traffic lights half way down Hill Street where it crosses Days Road.

and an artist will incorporate that story into paintings on the wall of a building on the other side of Hill Street from the supermarket.

And finally, we've agreed to build a new children's playground which will be at the other end of Hill Street close to the intersection with Carberry Street.

Walking down another street, Underneath the red lights, I am watching where the shadows fall,

We were strolling one night down a long dirty street in the vicinity of the Palais Royal.

The man who ran up against you as we entered the street it may have been fifteen minutes ago.

The larger links of the chain run thus Chantilly, Orion, Dr. Nichols, Epicurus, Stereotomy, the street stones, the fruiterer.

As we crossed into this street, a fruiterer, with a large basket upon his head, brushing quickly past us, thrust you upon a pile of paving stones collected at a spot where the causeway is undergoing repair.

He then bowed and departed. Did not see any person in the street at the time. It is a bye street very lonely.

Before going in we walked up the street, turned down an alley,

Through those of the front room no one could have escaped without notice from the crowd in the street.

Upon sight of it, the Ourang Outang sprang at once through the door of the chamber, down the stairs, and thence, through a window, unfortunately open, into the street.

and the poor little creature had lost them in running across the street to avoid two carriages that were rolling along at a terrible rate.

Now, whether it was the goblin who did it, or the draught, is not known, but the window flew open, and out fell the tin soldier, heels over head, from the third story, into the street below.

The emperor marched in the procession under the beautiful canopy, and all who saw him in the street and out of the windows exclaimed

When she wanted to dance to the right, the shoes would dance to the left, and when Bhe wanted to dance up the room, the shoes danced back again, down the steps, into the street, and out of the city gate.

Here they remained, and the angel hovered over a small, narrow street, in which lay a large heap of straw, ashes, and sweepings from the houses of people who had removed.

withered and forgotten, till at length cast out among the sweepings into the street, on the day of the lodgersremoval.

They all joined in the chorus of praise, both great and small, the good, happy child, and the poor field flower, that once lay withered and cast away on a heap of rubbish in a narrow, dark street.

One day a couple of street boys lay grubbing in the gutter,

He was an awful prig. oh yes, an insufferable bore. For, though they had reached the town now and were in the main street, with carts grinding past on the cobbles, still he went on talking, about settlements, and teaching, and working men, and helping our own class, and lectures, till she gathered that he had got back entire self confidence, had recovered from the circus, and was about (and now again she liked him warmly) to tell her.

He took her bag. Good bye, Elsie, she said, and they walked up the street, she holding her parasol erect and walking as if she expected to meet some one round the corner,

This guy was crossing the street with a big box of cloth.

Erin Meyer was worried because her student and the man on the street were shouting and gesticulating at each other.

Pedestrianisation means changing a street into an area that can only be used by pedestrians.

There are plans to pedestrianise Oxford Street, which is one of the busiest shopping streets in London.

One is space because we've still got the same street structures in our towns and cities, causing congestion.