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Culham

/ ˈkʌləm /

noun

  1. a village in S central England, in Oxfordshire: site of the UK centre for thermonuclear reactor research and of the Joint European Torus (JET) programme


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The whistle of the engine as it entered Culham sounded like the last chord in an operatic score.

In the summer of 1841 Bessie, with a sister of nearly her own age, and one of the little ones, went on a long visit to Culham.

There was also a delightful companion and friend at Culham, the black pony, Toby.

Mr. Wintle at Culham was now an aged man, and his infirm health gave much anxiety to Mrs. Gilbert.

Mary was again at Culham with her grandfather, who was recovering from a serious illness, and had been out "in a sedan chair."

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