Stewart, the oxford University economist, said this experience was common to all Olympics.
Connie (Kathy Burke) basically opens up her house for the dramatic society at oxford to fill her life with young people.
Reprinted from THE KNOCKOFF ECONOMY: How Imitation Sparks Innovation with permission from oxford University Press, Inc.
Kirn is a graduate of Princeton University and attended oxford on a scholarship from the Keasby Foundation.
Foot (née Bosanquet) created the original trolley problem in a 1967 article in the oxford Review.
I thought I had better tell you, for, after all, the fact may concern your oxford life.
The young couple went only to oxford, and were to return in a week.
Another train had crashed into the oxford express in the fog.
In the collections of Saxon coins, round in oxford, there are some coins of his time.
oxford seems larger than Cambridge, but is not on the whole so pleasing to me.
university town in England, Middle English Oxforde, from Old English Oxnaforda (10c.) literally "where the oxen ford." In reference to a type of shoe laced over the instep, it is attested from 1721 (Oxford-cut shoes). Related: Oxfordian; Oxfordish; Oxfordist; Oxfordy.