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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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He said: "I welcome progress that's been made but there are still lots of schools where nobody applies to Oxbridge.
Young people still view Oxbridge as unattainable; why would you put yourself through the trouble of applying to an institution which would never look twice at someone like you?
The Juilliard workshops will be held at Oxbridge Academy from 9:00 a.
Oxbridge Commercial Editing offers a pay-as-you-go service, providing a much needed innovation for business clients and the sector alike.
Entitled "Sex Ed", the first post explains her decision to start a sex blog, the revelation she has slept with nine different nationalities and a dissection of the Oxbridge sex ethic.
The old school tie brigade's domination of Oxbridge had Labour's traditionally herbivorous Fabians scenting blood at the weekend.
Oxbridge Men is a study of undergraduate masculinity at Cambridge and
The Oxbridge Group, an executive search firm, has renewed its existing lease for 2.
Hence the design is contemporaneous with MJP's extension to St John's, Oxford (AR October 1994), to which it offers an instruct:re contrast St John's continues the typical Oxbridge courtyard form and draws obvious inspiration flora John Soane.
Founded in 1991, Oxbridge is a property and casualty wholesale broker and managing general agent that writes specialty classes of business on a nationwide basis.
A spokesman for the Parkfield and Oxbridge neighbourhood policing team said: "Officers are working on information passed to them via community groups and partner agencies in relation to drug dealing in the area.
Nationwide learning hubs, Oxbridge "ambassadors", outreach programmes - there's been a lot of publicity recently about efforts to increase the number of Welsh students applying for - and, ultimately, gaining - places at Oxford and Cambridge universities.