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  Oxford Journals
We are committed to working with the global community to bring the highest quality research to the widest possible audience; and to protecting the environment by implementing environmentally friendly policies and practices wherever possible.
Oxford Journals has recently undertaken a digitization project to make over 165 years of valuable research available online.
Oxford Journals and London Mathematical Society launch Journal of Topology
www.oxfordjournals.org   (162 words)

  Oxford - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oxford is a city and local government district in Oxfordshire, England, with a population of 134,248 (2001 census).
Oxford's Town Hall was built by Henry T. Hare, the foundation stone was laid on 6 July 1893 and opened by the future King Edward VII on 12 May 1897.
Oxford is located some 55 miles (90 Km) north west of London and 70 miles (110 Km) south east of Birmingham, and the M40 motorway between London and Birmingham passes within seven miles of Oxford.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Oxford   (2110 words)

 University of Oxford - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oxford is a member of the Russell Group of research-led British universities, the Coimbra Group (a network of leading European universities), the League of European Research Universities, and is also a core member of the Europaeum.
Oxford is a collegiate university, consisting of the University's central facilities, such as departments and faculties, libraries and science facilities, and 39 colleges and 7 Permanent Private Halls (PPHs).
Oxford's other principal higher education institutions are Ruskin College, Oxford, an adult education college, which, although not part of the University of Oxford, has close links with it, and Oxford's second university, Oxford Brookes University[1], the former Oxford Polytechnic.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/University_of_Oxford   (3359 words)

 Homepage - University of Oxford
Oxford is home to the second largest library in the UK, the first museum ever opened to the public and the oldest botanical garden in Britain.
Oxford is one of Europe's most innovative and entrepreneurial universities drawing on an 800-year tradition of discovery and invention.
Oxford has the lowest drop-out rate in the UK: latest figures show that only 1.4 per cent of students discontinued their course, compared with the national drop-out rate of 7.2 per cent.
www.ox.ac.uk   (1296 words)

 City of Oxford Official Website
Oxford was first incorporated as a town in 1837, and was given its name after the town of Oxford, England in the hopes of securing Mississippi's first university.
It is estimated that the current (2007) population is 19,000 after Oxford annexed 4.3 square miles this year to bring the total size to 16.5 square miles.
Oxford has been ranked many times as an ideal retirement destination because of its reasonable cost of living, high-quality medical care, low crime rate, variety of restaurants and other amenities important to retirees.
www.oxfordms.net   (426 words)

 Department of Chemistry - University of Oxford
The Oxford Chemistry course is second to none in quality.
The Department of Chemistry at Oxford has contributed over £40 million in cash to the University as a result of its spin-out activities.
Oxford Catalysts Group PLC, the leading catalyst innovator for clean fuels, is pleased to announce that the Company received an innovation award at the 39th biennial Kirkpatrick Chemical Engineering Achievement Awards for its work on Instant Steam.
www.chem.ox.ac.uk   (537 words)

 Oxford maps
Map of tourist attractions in Oxford from the Oxford City Council.
Monochrome map of central Oxford from the Laboratory of Molecular Biophysics.
Oxford, by John Speed, 1605, central Oxford in Oxonia Antiqua illustrated by Ralph Agas, 1578 and Ordnance Survey Oxford District map cover, 1921 from the Bodleian Library.
web.comlab.ox.ac.uk /oxinfo/maps/index.html   (396 words)

 Welcome to Oxford City
Oxford, The City of Dreaming Spires, is famous the world over for its University and place in history.
For over 800 years, it has been a home to royalty and scholars, and since the 9th century an established town, although people are known to have lived in the area for thousands of years.
But, if you find you do want more, then Oxford is a just a short hop away from many other attractions and the capital city itself, London.
www.oxfordcity.co.uk   (247 words)

 City of Oxford Ohio - HOME
The City of Oxford encompasses 6.3 square miles in the northwestern corner of Butler County and is home to approximately 22,000.
The community’s tie to education is further demonstrated by the high educational attainment of its population.
The City of Oxford plans to close the 4th level of the municipal parking garage located at the corner of Main Street and Walnut Street for resealing w...
www.cityofoxford.org   (281 words)

 Individual libraries   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Oxford University has a rich and diverse library sector comprising over one hundred individual libraries.
There are major research libraries, libraries attached to the faculties, departments and other institutions of the University, and college libraries.
The map of libraries is available in several formats and shows the city centre of Oxford clearly marking the location of the libraries associated with the university.
www.lib.ox.ac.uk /libraries   (179 words)

 UK Indymedia - Oxford indymedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As work resumes on Oxford University's controversial new animal lab, the protests against it are becoming bigger, noisier and more determined than ever.
The freedom of the streets came to East Oxford in an organised fashion this year celebrating the theme of the 'Earth'..
Oxford residents were warmly invited to join the leaders at their next summit in July near Edinburgh.
www.indymedia.org.uk /en/regions/oxford   (2284 words)

 Visitors information : University of Oxford
Oxford is well served by national road and rail links.
Much of Oxford's historic city centre is now closed to private traffic, but all city centre attractions can be comfortably reached on foot or by bicycle.
Oxford welcomes many thousands of visitors each year, and it is therefore advisable to book accommodation before you arrive.
www.ox.ac.uk /visitors   (461 words)

 Oxford Products
Oxford Products was founded in 1973 in the world famous University City of Oxford by a group of enthusiasts.
Today Oxford Products is still staffed by active enthusiasts who test and develop the product range.
When you choose Oxford Essential Rider Equipment you get a product that is tried, tested and guaranteed to provide quality and durability.
www.oxprod.com   (155 words)

 Oxford information
This is Oxfordshire - brought to you by Newsquest (Oxfordshire), publishers of the Oxford Mail and The Oxford Times newspapers.
Oxford - University and City from Oxford University
The Oxford Trust, including Oxford Innovation Ltd and the Oxfordshire Investment Opportunity Network.
web.comlab.ox.ac.uk /oxinfo   (704 words)

 Virtual Tour of Oxford
It is constructed from hundreds of high quality photographs of Oxford.
JRR Tolkien's Oxford" - explore some of the favourite places of Oxford resident JRR Tolkien, author of 'The Lord of the Rings'.
The Virtual Tour of Oxford was designed by Dr. Karl Harrison who works in the Department of Chemistry.
www.chem.ox.ac.uk /oxfordtour   (350 words)

 Welcome to the City of Oxford, North Carolina
century ago, OXFORD was described as "one of the prettiest
Surrounded by vital, growing industries housed in state-of-the-art facilities, Oxford nevertheless retains the charm and friendliness of its historic past.
, Oxford affords both easy access to metropolitan amenities and a village atmosphere where neighborly greetings and hometown service are the order of the day.
www.oxfordnc.org   (108 words)

 AskOxford: Free online dictionary resources from Oxford University Press
In 1902, a fellow named William Little took on the task of making a "shorter" version of the monumental Oxford English Dictionary.
When it was finally published in 1933 (more than a decade after Little's death), the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary took up two thick volumes totalling 2,500 pages.
Oxford English Corpus: now over two billion words!
www.askoxford.com   (260 words)

 Diocese of Oxford
The Bishop of Oxford is encouraging Christmas shoppers to think outside the box this year with a striking poster campaign.
The Year of Food and Farming is joining forces with some of England’s top celebrity chefs, to encourage children to get involved with festive food this Christmas.
The next Bishop of Oxford will be the Rt Revd John Pritchard.
www.oxford.anglican.org   (590 words)

 Oxford University Libraries
Oxford has a rich and diverse library service.
The colleges also have libraries; these function mainly to serve the needs of their own members, but the older colleges often also have early collections with research value.
See also A Brief Survey of Oxford University Libraries.
www.lib.ox.ac.uk   (58 words)

 Oxford Reference Online : Welcome
Oxford Reference Online: Premium Collection enhances the 100+ books in the Core Collection with an expanding range of key titles in the acclaimed Oxford Companions series, plus the Visual English Dictionary, the Oxford Dictionary of Quotations and new heavily illustrated natural history titles such as the Encyclopedia of Mammals.
Oxford Reference Online (along with a range of other Oxford Online resources) is now available in almost all public libraries in England as a result of a landmark agreement between Oxford University Press and the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council.
Oxford Reference online: Premium Collection combines rich and scholarly resources with authoritative, quick-reference coverage of the full subject spectrum.
www.oxfordreference.com   (351 words)

 Oxford College of Emory University
The Pierce Institute joins Oxford's outreach and leadership programs (more...)
Oxford scores among nation's top colleges and universities.
Learn more about the Oxford experience with our new student podcasts (more...)
www.emory.edu /OXFORD   (87 words)

 Oxford Development chairman, CEO Lewis dies - Pittsburgh Business Times:
Local business leaders reflected Thursday on the passing of Ed Lewis, the chief executive officer and chairman of the board at Oxford Development Co., one of Pennsylvania's largest privately held real estate firms.
Lewis' company designed and developed, in the late 1970s and early 80s, One Oxford Centre, the third-tallest office tower in Pittsburgh.
Lewis had suffered from a series of illnesses, said David Matter, president and chief operating officer at Oxford, but continued to come to work until about a week and a half ago.
pittsburgh.bizjournals.com /pittsburgh/stories/2006/11/27/daily32.html   (706 words)

 Craig, W.J., ed. 1914. The Oxford Shakespeare
Shaw, G.B. Stein, G. Stevenson, R.L. Wells, H.G. Reference > William Shakespeare > The Oxford Shakespeare
The 1914 Oxford edition of the Complete Works of William Shakespeare ranks among the most authoritative published this century.
The 37 plays, 154 sonnets and miscellaneous verse constitute the literary cornerstone of Western civilization.
www.bartleby.com /70   (119 words)

 BBC - Oxford
A34 Oxfordshire - Slow traffic southbound around the Abingdon North junction in Abingdon.
A big scary monster of a show at Oxford Playhouse.
BBC Oxford, 269 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 7DW
www.bbc.co.uk /oxford   (97 words)

 Oxford Semiconductor: High performance connectivity solutions
Oxford Semiconductor is first to market with PCI Express end-point silicon
Oxford Semiconductor NAS controller selected for Western Digital's award-winning MyBook™ World Edition™
Real world performance of Oxford Semiconductor storage ICs.
www.oxsemi.com   (73 words)

 Oxford English Dictionary Sign In
Oxford English Dictionary Sign In The definitive record of the English language
The Oxford English Dictionary Online is a subscription service.
If you are a network user (for example, in a company, university, or public library), check with your librarian whether you're covered by a licence.
dictionary.oed.com /entrance.dtl   (132 words)

 Shakespeare-Oxford Society
Here you will find an extensive library of source material, a calendar of events, information on the Shakespeare Oxford Society and much more.
If you are a first time visitor, please click on the President’s Welcome and Introduction to the Oxfordian view links below.
Founded in 1957, the Shakespeare Oxford Society is a non-profit, educational organization dedicated to exploring the Shakespeare authorship question and researching the evidence that Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford (1550 – 1604) is the true author of the poems and plays of “William Shakespeare.”
www.shakespeare-oxford.com   (166 words)

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