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Abe Saperstein U.S. creator, owner, and promoter of the renowned basketball team the Harlem Globetrotters; born in London, England (b.1902--d.1966).
beefeater a guard at the Tower of London, or a yeoman in the English royal guard.
Big Ben the bell in the clock tower of the Parliament building in London. [1/2 definitions]
Buckingham Palace the London residence of the British monarch.
crown colony a British colony administered by a governor appointed by the home government in London.
Fleet Street the journalism establishment in London, England, so called after the street on which many newspaper offices are located.
Gerry Jackson founder and station manager of SW Radio Africa, Zimbabwe's only independent radio station, which is broadcast from London, England, where Jackson lives in exile.
Greenwich a borough of London, England, through which the prime meridian passes.
Houses of Parliament in the UK, the House of Commons and the House of Lords, or the building in London where the houses meet.
Inns of Court the four groups of buildings in London that house these legal societies. [1/2 definitions]
Newgate a prison in London that was razed in 1902.
Scotland Yard the metropolitan police force of London, esp. the detective branch. [1/2 definitions]
Thames a river in southern England that flows through London into the North Sea.
tube (informal) (cap.) the London underground railway system (prec. by the). [1/8 definitions]
Whitehall the former royal palace in London, destroyed by fire in 1698. [1/2 definitions]
Wimbledon the suburb of London, England, where this tournament is held. [1/2 definitions]