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BARBICAN. An ancient word to signify a watch-tower. Barbicanage was money given for the support of a barbican.

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The firm said that it has agreed to buy Barbican Group Holdings Ltd from Dallas-based investment firm Carlson Capital LP in a deal the value of which was not announced.
The acquisition includes Barbican Managing Agency Ltd., Lloyd's Syndicate 1955, Lloyd's Syndicate 1856 (Arcus), Lloyd's Special Purpose Arrangement (SPA) 6132, Castel Underwriting Agencies Ltd.
The acquisition includes Barbican Managing Agency Limited, Lloyd's Syndicate 1955, Lloyd's Syndicate 1856 ('Arcus'), Lloyd's Special Purpose Arrangement ('SPA') 6132, Castel Underwriting Agencies Limited ('Castel') and other associated entities.
"We welcome the Barbican team to Arch and look forward to providing a material Arch Reinsurance offering through Lloyd's for the first time," said Maamoun Rajeh, chairman and CEO, Arch Worldwide Reinsurance Group.
Beech Street is a key route for pedestrians accessing both the Barbican Estate and Barbican Centre, as well as being a through route between Moorgate and Farringdon.
formally has announced its participation in the Life Rewired season at the Barbican, London's world-class arts and learning center, the company said.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-July 11, 2019-Method participating in Barbican's Life Rewired Series
Killing Eve, James Bond and Bridget Jones have all used settings in the Square Mile, including the Barbican Estate and Tower Bridge.
Jesus Christ Superstar Barbican, London (July 4 - August 24) TIM Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's rock opera became a smash hit Broadway show and film in the 70s.
media player created a digital corridor at Londons Barbican. The commissioned space is a two-story slanted wall in the main foyer that can be seen from several floors.
O'Sullivan, 43, stormed to a 10-6 win over reigning Masters champion Mark Allen at the Barbican Centre to continue a blistering campaign.
THE chairman of the prestigious Barbican arts centre in London has apologised after comparing the Welsh language to being dyslexic.