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European Humanities Research Centre, University of Oxford, Modern Humanities Research Association, 2000.
* http :// csm. mml. ox. ac. uk / ( the Centre for the Study of the Cantigas de Santa Maria of Oxford University )
JSOT on behalf of the Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studie: Sheffield, 1989.
For example, the Oxford Centre for Evidence-based Medicine suggests levels of evidence ( LOE ) according to the study designs and critical appraisal of prevention, diagnosis, prognosis, therapy, and harm studies:
CESG does not manufacture security equipment, but works with industry to ensure the availability of suitable products and services, while GCHQ itself can fund research into such areas, for example to the Centre for Quantum Computing at Oxford University and the Heilbronn Institute at the University of Bristol.
The first such program was begun in 2001 the Centre for Computational Drug Discovery at the University of Oxford in cooperation with the National Foundation for Cancer Research.
Vaishnava theology has been a subject of study for many devotees, philosophers and scholars in India for centuries, and in recent decades also has been taken on by a number of academic institutions in Europe, such as the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and Bhaktivedanta College.
Ngũgĩ wa Thiong ' o in his book Moving the Centre: The Struggle for Cultural Freedom records how the Oxford Readers for Africa with their heavily Anglo-centric worldview struck him as a child in Kenya.
The final report was issued in 1966 and included removing traffic from Oxford Road to the adjacent main routes east and west and a building called the Precinct Centre which was subsequently constructed in 1970-72.
Located to the north east of the Meadow, directly behind the new building of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies.
* Professor Michael Sullivan, MA ( Oxon ), PhD ( Wales ), FRSM, Director, National Centre for Public Policy and Professor of Policy Analysis in the University of Wales Swansea ; Special Adviser to the First Minister, Welsh Assembly Government ; first Sabbatical president of the Oxford University Student Union ( OUSU )
Wood, Fellow in Religion and Culture and Director of the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture, Regent's Park College ; President Christian Muslim Forum ; Chair, Joppa Group-The Baptist Interfaith Network.
* Anne Dreydel, OBE — co-founder of the Oxford English Centre, now St Clare's International School
* Roger Crisp – current Professor of Moral Philosophy, Uehiro Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy, Chairman of Management Committee of Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics.
* Peter Donnelly, FRS — current Fellow ( 1996 —), Australian mathematician and statistician, and current director of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics at Oxford University.
In 2005 it launched the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, in partnership with the Zacharias Trust.
Born Roger Edward Paul Mellie in 1937 in North Shields, Roger was educated at Fulchester Mixed Infants, Bartlepool Grammar School, and the Oxford Remand Centre.
The college was founded in 1965 as the Oxford Centre for Management Studies.
Andrew Linzey, founder of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics in England, is known as a foremost international advocate for recognizing animals as sentient beings in biblically-based faith traditions.
Elsewhere in the UK, there is Oxford Action Resource Centre, Kebele in Bristol, the Sumac Centre in Nottingham, The 1 in 12 Club in Bradford, the Cowley Club in Brighton.
Centre Point is a substantial concrete and glass office building in central London, England, occupying 101-103 New Oxford Street, WC1, close to St Giles Circus and almost directly above Tottenham Court Road tube station.
* Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford

Oxford and for
Oxford, realizing that the law required the issuance of the writ, took the opposite view, for which the Queen never forgave him.
Editors for Volumes 1, and 2, were M. W. Porter and the late R. C. Spiller, both of Oxford University.
Best known for his novels including Brave New World and a wide-ranging output of essays, Huxley also edited the magazine Oxford Poetry, and published short stories, poetry, travel writing, film stories and scripts.
Although the phrase " Arabic numeral " is frequently capitalized, it is sometimes written in lower case: for instance, in its entry in the Oxford English dictionary.
: Hart's Rules and the Oxford Dictionary for Writers and Editors call the British style " new " quoting.
While Wilson and Smith credited their sobriety to working with alcoholics under the auspices of the Oxford Group, a Group associate pastor sermonized against Wilson and his alcoholic Groupers for forming a " secret, ashamed sub-group " engaged in " divergent works ".
" Among the Oxford Group practices AA retained were informal gatherings, a " changed-life " developed through " stages ", and working with others for no material gain.
After Oxford, Jackson got a job as a clerk in the Patent Office in London and arranged a job there for Housman as well.
Upon graduation, he won a Rhodes Scholarship to University College, Oxford where he studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics, though because he had switched programs and had left early for Yale University, he did not receive a degree there.
He developed an interest in rugby union, playing at Oxford and later for the Little Rock Rugby club in Arkansas.
Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford and a friend of Disraeli's, spoke strongly against the measure and implied that Russell was paying off the Jews for " helping " elect him.
Personal networking was used for the initial recruitment particularly from the universities of Cambridge, Oxford and Aberdeen.
London: Oxford University Press for the International African Institute.
The Oxford English Dictionary applies the term to English " as spoken or written in the British Isles ; esp the forms of English usual in Great Britain ", reserving " Hiberno-English " for the " English language as spoken and written in Ireland ".
He also secured the abolition of the purchase of commissions in the army, and of religious tests for admission to Oxford and Cambridge ; the introduction of the secret ballot in elections ; the legalization of trade unions ; and the reorganization of the judiciary in the Judicature Act.
The beauty and value of many of the Latin Breviaries were brought to the notice of English churchmen by one of the numbers of the Oxford Tracts for the Times, since which time they have been much more studied, both for their own sake and for the light they throw upon the English Prayer-Book.
Oxford classicist Edward Copleston said that classical education “ communicates to the mind … a high sense of honor, a disdain of death in a good cause, a passionate devotion to the welfare of one ’ s country ”, thus concurring with Cicero that: “ All literature, all philosophical treatises, all the voices of antiquity are full of examples for imitation, which would all lie unseen in darkness without the light of literature ”.
There is no standard mode of celebration for Canada Day ; professor of International Relations at the University of Oxford Jennifer Welsh said of this: " Canada Day, like the country, is endlessly decentralized.
In 1964, Hückel method calculations ( using a simple linear combination of atomic orbitals ( LCAO ) method for the determination of electron energies of molecular orbitals of π electrons in conjugated hydrocarbon systems ) of molecules ranging in complexity from butadiene and benzene to ovalene, were generated on computers at Berkeley and Oxford.
Complied by Nicholas Palmer, revised by Tony Honoré for Oxford Text Archive, 1984.
The online Oxford Dictionaries entry for mouse states the plural for the small rodent is mice, while the plural for the small computer connected device is either mice or mouses.

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