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She is the author of Dirty Entanglements: Corruption, Crime and Terrorism (Cambridge University Press).ISIS, Boko Haram, and the Growing Role of Human Trafficking in 21st Century Terrorism
Louise I. Shelley
December 26, 2014
In the early 1960s Cambridge University was a hotbed of cultural and social insurrection.Why Can’t Movies Capture Genius?
December 14, 2014
Throughout its 800-year history, Cambridge University has guarded jealously its absolute right to free speech.To Stop ISIS, Britain Is Set to Stop Free Speech
November 25, 2014
So I started going into Cambridge two or three times a week and I would just buy all these books.James Patterson Goes Full ‘Fahrenheit 451’ With Burning Book Video
November 25, 2014
“Everywhere we find them we find them enormous,” he told a Cambridge University blog called The Naked Scientists.Hunting for a Real-Life Hagrid
November 13, 2014
And of course I was proud when he got his double blue at Cambridge.The Comrade In White
W. H. Leathem
We did not meet at the university; he went to Oxford, and I to Cambridge.Tales And Novels, Volume 9 (of 10)
You and I are to go to Cambridge Terrace about four o'clock to see my uncle.Roden's Corner
Henry Seton Merriman
Yet there were some things she could remember on the other side, dating also from Corry's Cambridge years.
She was the daughter of his Cambridge tutor—penniless, pretty, and musical.
- a city in E England, administrative centre of Cambridgeshire, on the River Cam: centred around the university, founded in the 12th century: electronics, biotechnology. Pop: 117 717 (2001)Medieval Latin name: Cantabrigia
- short for Cambridgeshire
- a city in the US, in E Massachusetts: educational centre, with Harvard University (1636) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Pop: 101 587 (2003 est)
Word Origin and History for cambridge
Old English Grontabricc (c.745) "Bridge on the River Granta" (a Celtic river name, of obscure origin). The change to Cante- and later Cam- was due to Norman influence. The river name Cam is a back-formation in this case, but Cam also was a legitimate Celtic river name, meaning "crooked."