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  • n. Plural form of campus.


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From Latin campī, nominative plural of campus.


  • Thus far, due to possible retaliation from the Scientific Nomenklatura, we are an underground movement in campi.

    Arbor Vitae Press Info?

  • Beyond college campi, what real influence has Ayn you ahrr to intelligent to beleef in gott Rand had?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Was Ayn Rand the Most Influential Russian Immigrant to the United States?

  • The Scientific Nomenklatura won't be able to prevent design being discussed in the universities campi much longer.

    Arbor Vitae Press Info?

  • The motet ‘ter eeren onser liever vrouwen’, which he offered to the brotherhood on his departure, is no doubt his seven-voice Ego flos campi on a text from the Song of Songs.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Batrachoseps campi, described for the first time by Wake (1996), is from the San Gabriel Mountains: a location less than 50 km from downtown Los Angeles.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Sculpting negative spaces, reconfiguring campi, creating a second piazza.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Please try to remember that Marxism was and still is on college campi coast to coast'scientific'.


  • Venice is so incredibly finite, so full of dead ends and limited-access campi.

    Bad Bag

  • And so the Gazzettino is reporting that cultural commissioner Sandro Parenzo is grousing about how the production company cheaped-out and exploited the Comune, paying only US $90,000 for unprecedented access to calles, campi and the insides of countless, rarely filmed palazzi and other vintage buildings.


  • In the last half century, the wells (or pozzi, as they're known) that grace the campi of the Venice have been sealed over with concrete and then, typically, crowned with a ultra-heavy cast-iron lid.

    Master Thieves at Work


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