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  • Prof Lionel Tarassenko, chair of electrical engineering, Univ of Oxf, for serv engineering.

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  • Prof Diarmaid Ninian John MacCulloch, prof of the history of the church, Univ of Oxf, for serv scholarship.

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  • Prof Diana Woodhouse, formerly pro vice-chancellor research, Oxf Brookes Univ, for serv legal scholarship and higher educ.

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  • David Jonathan Flint, chief exec, Oxf Instruments, for serv business and science.

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  • And of course I still care about the people who are in Oxf, and want to know the exciting things that happen to them, and want to be there to lend a friendly ear/shoulder when needed, but the fact that I won't necessarily know about everything that happens every day, the little things - I don't mind.

    Oxford is a state of mind

  • And of course I still care about the people who are in Oxf, and want to know the exciting things that happen to them, and want to be there to lend a friendly ear/shoulder when needed, but the fact that I won't necessarily know about everything that happens every day, the little things - I don't mind.

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  • Knocked on the door of the student-looking residence that it scurried towards - no answer - Rang Pest Control this morning Oxf 252888, can't do anything without permission from tenants or landlord of that house, not surprisingly.

    I think I smell a rat... (and Secret Oxford)

  • [See also R. Ellis, _Noctes Manilianae_, Oxf. '91.] * Livy.

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  • T.E. Papillon and A.E. Haigh (text only), Oxf. '92

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  • The date of the homily itself offers no objection; for though it is said (Oxf.ed. Pref.p. v.) not to occur in any collected edition printed before 1571, yet there exists a separate edition of it printed in 4to. by Jugge and Cawood, probably _earlier_ than A.D.

    Notes and Queries, Number 62, January 4, 1851

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