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Cherwell

1st Viscount title of Frederick Alexander Lindemann . 1886--1957, British physicist, born in Germany, noted for his research on heat capacity, aeronautics, and atomic physics. He was scientific adviser to Winston Churchill during World War II
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"Through the integration, organizations can leverage the benefits of Digital Defense's next generation security assessment system and Cherwell's powerful ITSM solution for exceptionally accurate host identification and management," states Gordon MacKay, EVP/chief technology officer at Digital Defense.
Developed by Cherwell District Council, this is the first nondomestic building in the UK to achieve Passivhaus Plus, a rigorous standard for energy efficiency.
The centre, based in Cherwell Avenue, also offers respite care for people with learning disabilities and those living with dementia.
Bicester based Cherwell Laboratories is a specialist in environmental monitoring, cleanroom bio-decontamination and process validation for healthcare, pharmaceutical and industrial cleanroom operators.
Jeffrey Vincent, 44, of Cherwell Terrace, admitted a less serious charge of assault by beating on another man.
A black and green Carrera Vulcan mountain bike was also taken by thieves from the back garden of an address on Cherwell, in Sulgrave.
28 November 2012 - US Cherwell Software Inc said it had completed a USD25m (EUR19.4m) minority equity investment from venture capital firm Insight Venture Partners.
NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS officially opened its new premises at Wildmere Road, Banbury on Wednesday 19th September with an on-site evening party for employees and special guests, including Sir Tony Baldry MP for Banbury, the Mayor of Banbury Cllr Tony Ilott and the Chairman of Cherwell District Council, Cllr Colin Clarke.
Up to 4,000 people celebrated in the city and three people were stopped from jumping from Magdalen Bridge into the River Cherwell.
Mark Roberts, from Oxford and Cherwell Valley College which had three teams competing in the regional final in Warwickshire, paid tribute to the college.
On the site of the old eastern gate, where an inn has stood since the 1600s, this townhouse hotel is perfectly placed - two minutes' walk to the right is the university's beautiful, walled Botanic Garden and Magdalen Bridge (where students still defy the authorities and leap into the river Cherwell on May Day), behind is Christ Church Meadow, and right in front is the high street with its famous colleges, mirrored tea room, covered market and quirky shops.