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He preached many things that were very different from the teaching of the Church of Rome, and as he was one of the most learned men of his time, people crowded to Oxfordto hear him.

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Between Iffley and Oxfordis the most difficult bit of the river I know.

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We left Oxford with regret and proceeded to Matlock, which was our next place of rest.

Clerval did not like it so well as Oxford, for the antiquity of the latter city was more pleasing to him.

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She soon, indeed, found means to relieve me from my troublesome and perplexed situation; for while I was distracted with various inventions to supply her with pleasures, she very kindly--betrayed me to one of her former lovers at Oxford, by whose care and diligence I was immediately apprehended and committed to gaol.

"The time of the assizes soon came, and I was removed by habeas corpus to Oxford, where I expected certain conviction and condemnation; but, to my great surprize, none appeared against me, and I was, at the end of the sessions, discharged for want of prosecution.

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He would not say that he felt Oxford would be little better than a continuation of his life at school.

Another fellow, Norton, could not go to Oxford unless he got one of the scholarships at the disposal of the school.

"You'll have a very pleasant time at Oxford. You needn't decide at once what you're going to do afterwards.

It would be pleasant to end up his school-days with glory and then go to Oxford: in a flash there appeared before him the life which he had heard described from boys who came back to play in the O.K.S.

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Matthew Arnold proceeded from Rugby to Oxford(Balliol College), where he took the prize for original poetry and distinguished himself as a student.

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He had quitted Oxford within four and twenty hours after Lucy's letter arrived, and with only one object before him, the nearest road to Barton, had had no leisure to form any scheme of conduct, with which that road did not hold the most intimate connection.

Edward, who, she was sure, had quite doted upon the worthless hussy, and was now, by all accounts, almost broken-hearted, at Oxford.-- "I do think," she continued, "nothing was ever carried on so sly; for it was but two days before Lucy called and sat a couple of hours with me.

Perhaps, however, he is kept silent by his fear of offending, and I shall, therefore, give him a hint, by a line to Oxford, that his sister and I both think a letter of proper submission from him, addressed perhaps to Fanny, and by her shewn to her mother, might not be taken amiss; for we all know the tenderness of Mrs.

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How to use oxford in a sentence

One of the frontrunners, a combined effort of Oxford and AstraZeneca, published data this week showing the shot it’s testing has yet to show severe side effects and it induces the main types of immune response.


One thing that many in your country, especially from the educated class, like yourself — Eton, Oxford, and all the Oxbridge universe — one thing that you’re particularly good at is talking, which we underestimate as a skill.




nounheavy, often tall, shoe


nounheavy, often tall, shoe

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