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Definition funny of Broadmead:
The central shopping district of Bristol, a large city in the South West of England. It consists mostly of 4 pedestrianised streets, but also contains a small shopping mall known as the Galleries. Directly to its east is Cabot Circus, a newly developed, more upmarket shopping centre. To the South West is St Nicholas' Market (colloquially referred to as St Nicks), the Centre, and Park Street, all of which are an extension of the main shopping district. The whole district, containing Broadmead, Cabot Circus, St Nicks, the Centre and Park Street is often refered to collectively as "town".
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Songs about Broadmead:
Broadmead by Fourier Wave Device from the Album Quirk
Lovely Allen (Minotaur Shock Broadmead Redevelopment Version) by Holy Fuck from the Album Lovely Allen
Books about Broadmead:
Broadmead by Mike Hooper (Oct 1, 2004)
The Records of a Church of Christ: Meeting in Broadmead, Bristol, 1640-1687 (1847 ) by Bristol (England). Broadmead Church (Oct 21, 2009)
Miscellaneous Essays On Chritian Morals: Experimental and Practical ; Originally Delivered As Lectures in the... by John Foster (Jun 4, 2011)
Lectures Delivered at Broadmead Chapel, Bristol, Volume 2 by John Foster and Jonathan Edwards Ryland (Aug 31, 2012)
Lectures Delivered at Broadmead Chapel, Bristol, Volume 1 by John Foster (Jun 4, 2011)
Speech of George Thompson, Esq., M.P.: delivered at the Anti-Slavery Meeting, Broadmead, Bristol, September 4th... by George Thompson (Jan 1, 1851)
Lectures delivered at Broadmead chapel, Bristol by the late John Foster by John Foster (Jan 1, 1871)
Wiki information Broadmead:
Broadmead is a street in the central area of Bristol, England, which has given its name to the principal shopping district of the city.
Broadmeadow is the geographic centre of Newcastle city. Its main commercial hub is located at the "Nineways". It is the home of the Newcastle Knights. Broadmeadow had a population of 1,552 in 2011.