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Definition of Oxford
OxfordOxford Ox"ford, a.
Of or pertaining to the city or university of Oxford,
Oxford movement. See Tractarianism.
Oxford School, a name given to those members of the Church
of England who adopted the theology of the so-called
Oxford ``Tracts for the Times,' issued the period 1833 --
Oxford tie, a kind of shoe, laced on the instep, and
usually covering the foot nearly to the ankle.
Meaning of Oxford from wikipedia
(/ˈɒksfərd/ OKS-fərd) is a university
city in south central England
and the county
town of Oxfordshire. With a po****tion of approximately
- 25500°W / 51.75500; -1.25500 The University
is a collegiate research university
, England. There
as far back...
- An Oxford
shoe is characterized
by shoelace eyelets
tabs that are attached under
the vamp, a feature termed
"closed lacing". This contrasts
is a city in, and the county
seat of, Lafayette
County, Mississippi, United
in 1837, it was named after
the British university
- The University
has 38 Colleges
and six Permanent Private Halls
(PPHs) of religious
and PPHs are autonomous
is an independent
, England. It was founded
by the Girls' Day School Trust
in 1875, making
it the city's...
- Edward Oxford
1822 – 23 April
1900) was the first
of eight people
to ********inate Queen
Victoria. After Oxford
- Oxford Brookes University
is a public university
, England. It can trace
to 1865 when the former Oxford School
of Art was established...
- The Oxford
to: The Oxford
(Waltham, M****achusetts), listed
on the NRHP in M****achusetts The Oxford
(Indianapolis, Indiana), listed
on the NRHP...
- The Oxford English Dictionary
(OED) is the prin****l historical dictionary
of the English
by Oxford University
Press. It traces
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