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Keble

John. 1792--1866, English clergyman. His sermon on national apostasy (1833) is considered to have inspired the Oxford Movement
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Keble's meticulous reading of her manuscripts, as her 1892 article on authorship stressed, emphasized the importance of being able to write prose so as to please a poet's ear.
The first victim, who is now in his 50s, reported that Wells had taken an "unhealthy interest" in him when he was a pupil at Keble Preparatory School.
(10) Given the broad conception of poetry as applying to aesthetics in general, Newman, Keble, and other Tractarians had received the romantic re-evaluation of artistic expression as the communication of sentiments.
Warwick School senior prefect, Ronit Kanwar, who has received an offer to read economics and management at Keble College, Oxford, said: "I am really excited about my offer and obviously need to work hard to make sure I get the grades.
The winner is now rated 113 having won the Doonside Cup last time out and the runner-up Keble is rated 97.
John Gosden trainer of Breden, GM Hopkins and Keble We have the Cambridgeshire very much in mind for GM Hopkins, who won the consolation Silver race a year ago and has come out of his last race at York in good fashion.
KEBLE (2.05) opened his account at the fourth attempt over course and distance last month then looked a shade unlucky when losing out to an unexposed rival at Windsor.
He went into the law in 1965 after graduating from Keble College, Oxford, and Guildford Law School.
SUNDAY GOODWOOD: 2.25 Keble, 3.00 Eton Rambler, 3.30 Dishy Guru, 4.05 MYSTERY DRAMA (NAP), 4.35 Conry, 5.10 Lethal Legacy, 5.40 Easy Tiger.
Senan, who works as an events organiser at Keble College, Oxford, dived into both cars to help the injured drivers, who were both taken from the scene by ambulance.
Chloe will receive PS1,000 a year during her studies at Keble College, Oxford, and receive professional mentoring to support her path into engineering.
(620) In Joseph Keble's 1689 treatise alone there are numerous sections that prove that the public carriage of arms was highly regulated.