Pembroke College

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Pembroke College,

Providence, R.I.: see Brown UniversityBrown University,
Providence, R.I.; coeducational chartered 1764 as Rhode Island College at Warren, opened 1765. It moved to Providence in 1770 and was renamed for Nicholas Brown in 1804.
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The gift to Pembroke College underscores his devotion to the University, where he gained the education that led to creation of the legendary San Francisco-based Dolby Laboratories
He has since been Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge.
In 2013, she gave a $2 million endowment for the Shahnameh Project at Pembroke College in Cambridge, England, for further study of the "Shahnameh" written by Abul-Qasim Hasan Ferdowsi--the emblematic text of Persian historical culture.
My family and friends were so pleased, and my girlfriend Rhiannon also got into Oxford, to study experimental psychology at Pembroke College, so we were both celebrating.
Balaam, who has sons aged nine and 12, began stealing in June 2012 from Pembroke College where she worked as a purchase ledger clerk.
He would later attend Pembroke College, in Oxford, for just over a year before his lack of funds forced him to leave.
As part of the second annual visit of the AngloA[degrees]Omani Society, New British Omani Delegation, 12 young Omanis from a variety of public and private sector organiA[degrees]sations visited Oxford UniversA[degrees] ity's famous Pembroke College for a twoA[degrees]day seminar.
Muscat: As part of the second annual visit of the Anglo-Omani Society, the New British Omani delegation comprising 12 young Omanis from a variety of public and private sector organisations visited Oxford University's famous Pembroke College for a two-day seminar.
After the war he served as the Rawlinson and Bosworth Professor of Anglo Saxon and Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford.
Attractive Films is hoping to release the biopic, which is being produced by Mark Joseph, Mark Cooper, Jib Polhemus, and Charles Moore, before Chernin Entertainment's 'Tolkien', which would largely focus on Tolkien's time in Oxford University's Pembroke College and his military service.
Martin, who was 65, was born in Portsmouth, and educated at the Southern Grammar School for Boys, Portsmouth, and Pembroke College, Cambridge.

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