Definition and examples of word/phrase "Clapham"




1, The Grand Clapham is open Fri & Sat 10pm-3am with DJs playing party anthems. Private rooms & areas for groups of any size or join the free guest list.

2, Streatham & Clapham High School is a successful independent day school for girls aged 3 to 18, situated in south London.

3, Inventive kebabs cooked over fire | Grilled meats and memorable veggie heroes | Brunch, lunch, dinner late night | Battersea Rise, Clapham Junction, London

4, TV Edwards Solicitors in London, with offices in Whitechapel and Clapham Junction. Family law, housing, commercial and business, legal aid, property, community care, mediation.

5, We develop this model under same assumptions as Bjork and Clapham (Journal of Housing Economics 11:418-432, 2002) and find that total return swap price is no longer zero.

6, This paper extends Bjork and Clapham (Journal of Housing Economics 11:418-432, 2002) model for pricing real estate index total return swaps.

7, To a degree Clapham is calling for a distinct users' perspective to be core to the future of housing studies.

8, None of the questions troubling riders on the Clapham omnibus have easy answers.

9, In the chapter on Work, Clapham argues housing policy has for a long time been very much linked to labour market policy.