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Oxbridge

a. the British universities of Oxford and Cambridge, esp considered as ancient and prestigious academic institutions, bastions of privilege and superiority, etc.
b. (as modifier): Oxbridge graduates
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Units 1-3, 141 Camford Way Willowgate Trading Estate Sundon Park Luton, Bedfordshire LU3 3AN
Verity's husband Andrew, 31, a buyer for Camford Audio, said: "It was a really lovely day and something we will never forget."
Although Death at the President's Lodging is situated in a fictional Camford and the sleuth is a Scotland Yard inspector (in those days provincial police forces really did 'send for the Yard'), the setting is clearly Oxford and Inspector John Appleby (who eventually becomes Sir John Appleby, Chief Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police) is everyone's idea of the Oxford-trained mind solving problems beyond the capabilities of ordinary mortals.
Recently it has been discovered that Druitt was playing cricket at Camford, Dorset, six hours after the Polly Nichols murder.
Partnering Martyn Thompson from Camford Magna in Dorset, Milne chalked up three birdies in his round.
This requires a diverse merchandise mix, and that in turn, leads to a diversity in the people we employ." John Camford, director of Human Relations and Recruiting for Profitt's Inc., talks about the growth of retailing and the increased pressures to produce profits, and comments: "Retail is, now more than ever, in need of great leadership at all levels.
In "The Adventure of the Creeping Man," the daughter of Professor Presbury, the renowned Camford physiologist who has been behaving strangely, tells her fiance, Mr.
They are now to be found at Unit 3, Camford Way, Sundon Park, Luton, Bedfordshire, tel: 0582 490800.
"In addition it is possible that some of the Bourn [plant in Cambridgeshire] work could be moved to Llanelli and generate more jobs at the site." The car components plant, formerly owned by Camford Pressings, once employed more than 1,000 workers.