Ealing

Ealing (ē'ling) , outer borough (1991 pop. 263,600) of Greater London, SE England. It is highly industrialized: motor vehicles, scientific instruments, glass, plastics, and engineering products are manufactured. Thames Valley Univ. is there, and the largest Sikh temple outside India is loc...
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Ealing

outer borough of London, part of the historic county of Middlesex, midway between central London and the western periphery. The borough was ...
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Ealing

Outer borough of west Greater London; population (2001) 300,950. Local industries are engineering and chemicals. The borough was home to Ealing Studios, founded in 1929, the first British sound-film studios (`Ealing comedies` became a noted genre in British film-making). Historic buildings in Ealing include the 18th-centur...
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