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Wykeham

William of. 1324--1404, English prelate and statesman, who founded New College, Oxford, and Winchester College: chancellor of England (1367--71; 1389--91); bishop of Winchester (1367--1404)
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Dave Pearson, Matty Vincent and Tom Owen all claimed two wickets each for Wykeham.
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As the clerk of works when Windsor Castle was built, William Wykeham, the 14th-century Bishop of Winchester, was another noted architect cleric.
Wykeham Arms (main picture), Winchester High Street (left) and cathedral (right)
(57-63) In addition to the Marian devotion apparent in the college's early name, the chapel, and stained glass images, according to the first statutes of the college, dated to 1400, the institution was founded "to the praise, glory, and honour of the name of the Crucified, and of His most glorious Mother, Mary, for the keeping up and exalting of the Christian faith, the profit of Holy Church, and the increase of Divine worship, and liberal arts, sciences and faculties." (14) Further, Wykeham established in 1404 that one of the duties of the monks associated with the priory at Winchester should be to sing Salve Regina or Ave Regina weekly.
ILPH spokesperson Lucy Wykeham said: "Our dilemma was that we had no way of safeguarding their future because, as a registered charity, we are banned by constitution from actually buying horses."
Treloar, Introduction to Polymer Science, Wykeham Publications, London, 1970.
A schoolmaster - he occupied the headmastership of William of Wykeham's foundation, Winchester College, for some eleven years, during which time he taught the rudiments of Latin grammar with the aid of ushers.
Flamborough secured fourth place with a seven-wicket win at Wykeham 3rds.
Merseyside Police were sent to the scene on Wykeham Street in the early hours of yesterday.
Cooper, of Wykeham Close, Redcar, admitted breaching the restraining order again - an offence carrying a maximum sentence of five years - and harassment without violence.
He said the audience at the Montego Bay Convention Centre, which included the president of the Jamaica Hotel & Tourist Association Nicola Madden-Greig, his predecessor Dr Wykeham McNiell and travel agents, Timeshare registry will open from the first of May and we will then be open for business to bring new demographics and to bring in new arrivals into the destination.