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a city district of central London laid out in garden squares

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para]]NEW YORK, June 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- For the newest limited edition release of Tanqueray, the juniper-forward Tanqueray Bloomsbury gin, Master Distiller Tom Nichol drew inspiration from a recipe created by Charles Tanqueray's son, Charles Waugh Tanqueray.
Synopsis: Covering a wide range of forms and genres, "The Bloomsbury Introduction to Creative Writing" is a complete introductory manual for students of creative writing.
Book news company Publishers Weekly (PW) revealed on Friday that independent publishing house Bloomsbury will publish a new novel by William Boyd, titled Sweet Caress, in September 2015.
Bloomsbury has purchased naval and military history imprint Conway from Pavilion Books.
volve, in Sunderland, has been commissioned by British books giant Bloomsbury to produce five educational apps for iPad and Android tablets.
Being south of Times Square even just five years ago may not have made sense for Bloomsbury, but the character of the neighborhood has completely changed to one that corporate users are now gravitating towards," Manoff said.
Crown Group of Hotels, (KG Hotels) a mid-market provider of hotels in Central London, announced that they have completed a major refurbishment of the Bloomsbury Palace Hotel, Bloomsbury, London WC1.
BEST-SELLING cook books and further magic from Harry Potter helped publisher Bloomsbury report strong sales for its Christmas trading quarter.
Bloomsbury chief executive Nigel Newton said the "robust" business was set to take full advantage of the opportunities arising from growth of online sales and sales of ebooks.
RESURGENT Potter-mania and the growth of downloadable summer reading has resulted in a boost to sales for Bloomsbury, the publisher said.
RESURGENT Harry Potter-mania and the growth of downloadable summer reading has resulted in a boost to sales for Bloomsbury, the publisher said.
Summary: Publisher Bloomsbury has said it remains cautious about current trading, despite a "resurgence of excitement" in the Harry Potter books.
Seafish is in line for a [pounds sterling]6m windfall after the Supreme Court ruled in its favour in the case brought against it by Bloomsbury International - bringing to an end a three-year legal battle.
Allen is suing Rowling and her publisher, Bloomsbury, for some 5 million pounds.