Whitefriars

Whitefriars
/hwuyt"fruy'euhrz, wuyt"-/, n.
a district in central London, England.

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  • Whitefriars —    A precinct or liberty comprising the site of the former House of Carmelite or White Friars on the south side of Fleet Street between Bridewell and the Temple.    Site marked by the precinct of Whitefriars, O.S. 1880.     Fratres beatae Mariae… …   Dictionary of London

  • Whitefriars — geographical name district of central London, England, on Thames River …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Whitefriars — /hwuyt fruy euhrz, wuyt /, n. a district in central London, England …   Useful english dictionary

  • Whitefriars Housing Group — Ltd. is a charitable industrial and provident organisation based on Little Park Street in Coventry, England. The housing group is one of the four members of the North Solihull Partnership which also includes Solihull MBC, Bellway Homes, and In… …   Wikipedia

  • Whitefriars College — Infobox Aust school private name = Whitefriars College motto = Almae in Fide Parentis (Latin: In the Care of a Loving Mother )cite web |url=http://www.whitefriars.vic.edu.au/about/index.htm |title=About Whitefriars |accessdate=2007 12… …   Wikipedia

  • Whitefriars Theatre — The Whitefriars Theatre was a theatre in Jacobean London, in existence from 1608 to the 1620s mdash; about which only limited and sometimes contradictory information survives.LocationThe Whitefriars district was outside the medieval city walls of …   Wikipedia

  • Whitefriars Shopping Centre — infobox shopping mall shopping mall name = Whitefriars Shopping Centre caption = location = Canterbury, Kent, England opening date = 2004 manager = developer = Land Securities LTD owner = number of stores = 26 number of anchors = 5 floor area… …   Wikipedia

  • Whitefriars Theatre — ▪ historical theatre, London, United Kingdom       private London playhouse located in the priory of the Whitefriars monastery on the north side of the River Thames. Michael Drayton and Thomas Woodford converted the refectory hall to a private… …   Universalium

  • Whitefriars, Street —    South out of Fleet Street to the Thames and east to Water Lane, in Farringdon Ward Without (Leake Boyle, 1799).    Also called White Fryars lane (Leake).    Site now covered by Lombard Street, Essex Street, Tudor Street, Pleydell Court.    See …   Dictionary of London

  • Whitefriars Theatre —    Near the Bishop s house, and formerly the Hall or Refectory of the Whitefriars Monastery, 1616. In a ruinous condition (Bell, p. 308).    In 1629 a new playhouse was erected in the precincts, known as the Salisbury Court Theatre (ib. 314).… …   Dictionary of London