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Slate
ISIS Is Only One of Turkey’s Many Problems. Here Are the Others.ideologies blew up. Steven A. Cook is the Eni Enrico Mattei senior fellow for
ISIS Is Only One of Turkey’s Many Problems. Here Are the Others.
Slate / Posted 5 hours ago
ideologies blew up. Steven A. Cook is the Eni Enrico Mattei senior fellow for Middle East and Africa studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. His new book on the Middle East uprisings will be published by Oxford University Pr... Read more
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PhysOrg
Global helium supplies balloonrole in the formation of viable helium reserves," said researcher Diveena Danab
Global helium supplies balloon
PhysOrg / Posted 7 hours ago
role in the formation of viable helium reserves," said researcher Diveena Danabalan of Durham University, which joined with Oxford University and Helium One in the search. Oxford University professor Chris Ballentine said the team had calculated... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Publishing company to perform one of literary legend's most famous playsAUDIENCES will gather outside for reenactment of a fairy-filled Shakespearean t
Publishing company to perform one of literary legend's most famous plays
Oxford Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
AUDIENCES will gather outside for reenactment of a fairy-filled Shakespearean tale. Oxford University Press will host its first public drama performance involving professional actors, staging comic love story A Midsummer Night's Dream. Crowds can... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Publishing company to perform one of literary legend's most famous playsAUDIENCES will gather outside for reenactment of a fairy-filled Shakespearean t
Publishing company to perform one of literary legend's most famous plays
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 10 hours ago
AUDIENCES will gather outside for reenactment of a fairy-filled Shakespearean tale. Oxford University Press will host its first public drama performance involving professional actors, staging comic love story A Midsummer Night's Dream. Crowds can... Read more
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CNN
Brexit: Truth, myths and media 'neutrality'own asbestos-filled headquarters. These articles were undoubtedly colorful but
Brexit: Truth, myths and media 'neutrality'
CNN / Posted 10 hours ago
own asbestos-filled headquarters. These articles were undoubtedly colorful but they bore scant relation to the truth." An Oxford University study from May, cited by The New York Times, found during a sample two-day period early in the campaign,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cecil the lion's legacy lives on in gorgeous pictures of his cubstourist draw card. The 12 year-old cat wore a collar and was a key part of an e
Cecil the lion's legacy lives on in gorgeous pictures of his cubs
Daily Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
tourist draw card. The 12 year-old cat wore a collar and was a key part of an expensive research project monitored by Oxford University. The shamed dentist was forced into hiding for weeks after receiving death threats following his shooting... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
GP says Horton downgrade plans are ‘foolhardy, dangerous and short-sighted’unpleasant experiences at as a doctor and a patient.” Dr Reid, whose pregnancy
GP says Horton downgrade plans are ‘foolhardy, dangerous and short-sighted’
Banbury Guardian / Posted 14 hours ago
unpleasant experiences at as a doctor and a patient.” Dr Reid, whose pregnancy is classed as ‘low risk’ should, under the Oxford University Hospitals Trust’s options for downgrading maternity, be able to give birth in a stand-alone midwife-led... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Malaria parasites evading drugs says Oxford University studySCIENTISTS at Oxford University have discovered that a malaria parasite is evol
Malaria parasites evading drugs says Oxford University study
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
SCIENTISTS at Oxford University have discovered that a malaria parasite is evolving rapidly to defend itself against widely-used antimalarial drugs. The parasite Plasmodium vivax is mainly found in Asia and South America, and 2.5 billion people are... Read more
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International Business Times
Economist Thomas Piketty and ex-BoE adviser Danny Blanchflower quit Corbyn's economic advisory council by shadow chancellor John McDonnell. Along with Piketty and Blanchflower, it al
Economist Thomas Piketty and ex-BoE adviser Danny Blanchflower quit Corbyn's economic advisory council
International Business Times / Posted 15 hours ago
by shadow chancellor John McDonnell. Along with Piketty and Blanchflower, it also included Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz, Oxford university economics professor Simon Wren-Lewis, author Mariana Mazzucato, New Economics Foundation's Ann Pettifor,... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Malaria parasites evading drugs says Oxford University studySCIENTISTS at Oxford University have discovered that a malaria parasite is evol
Malaria parasites evading drugs says Oxford University study
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 16 hours ago
SCIENTISTS at Oxford University have discovered that a malaria parasite is evolving rapidly to defend itself against widely-used antimalarial drugs. The parasite Plasmodium vivax is mainly found in Asia and South America, and 2.5 billion people are... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Long delays for drivers as thousands arrive for Oxford University open dayas thousands of prospective students arrive in the city. Undergraduate applica
Long delays for drivers as thousands arrive for Oxford University open day
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
as thousands of prospective students arrive in the city. Undergraduate applicants and their families are expected to visit Oxford University today and tomorrow, with more than 7,000 people expected each day. Traffic on routes heading into Oxford,... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Long delays for drivers as thousands arrive for Oxford University open dayas thousands of prospective students arrive in the city. Undergraduate applica
Long delays for drivers as thousands arrive for Oxford University open day
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 17 hours ago
as thousands of prospective students arrive in the city. Undergraduate applicants and their families are expected to visit Oxford University today and tomorrow, with more than 7,000 people expected each day. Traffic on routes heading into Oxford,... Read more
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The Irish Times
'UK was groomed’: Irish writers throw book at Brexitthere is now ground to make up. Bernard O’Donoghue is a poet and an academic.
'UK was groomed’: Irish writers throw book at Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 17 hours ago
there is now ground to make up. Bernard O’Donoghue is a poet and an academic. He lives in Oxford, where he is a fellow at Oxford University I was afraid Brexit was going to happen and yet I was strangely hopeful when I went to vote with my... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Major delays for drivers as thousands arrive for Oxford University open dayas thousands of prospective students arrive in the city. Undergraduate applica
Major delays for drivers as thousands arrive for Oxford University open day
Oxford Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
as thousands of prospective students arrive in the city. Undergraduate applicants and their families are expected to visit Oxford University today and tomorrow, with more than 7,000 people expected each day. Traffic on routes heading into Oxford,... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Former Oxford nurse struck off after lying about sackingOxford nurse has been struck off after lying about being sacked from a previous
Former Oxford nurse struck off after lying about sacking
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 18 hours ago
Oxford nurse has been struck off after lying about being sacked from a previous job. Pricilla Lukong, who worked for Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust between July 2013 and February 2015, failed to include her employment and subsequent... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Former Oxford nurse struck off after lying about sackingOxford nurse has been struck off after lying about being sacked from a previous
Former Oxford nurse struck off after lying about sacking
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
Oxford nurse has been struck off after lying about being sacked from a previous job. Pricilla Lukong, who worked for Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust between July 2013 and February 2015, failed to include her employment and subsequent... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers identify set of genes that play vital role in early human developmentOxford University researchers are closer to solving a decade-old mystery after
Researchers identify set of genes that play vital role in early human development
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 hours ago
Oxford University researchers are closer to solving a decade-old mystery after discovering that a set of genes they are studying play a key role in early human development. Evolutionary biologist Professor Peter Holland and graduate student Anne... Read more
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Reuters
Crabb, candidate to lead Britain, says immigration control a top prioritywho is seen as the frontrunner in the leadership contest, both of whom attended
Crabb, candidate to lead Britain, says immigration control a top priority
Reuters / Posted 19 hours ago
who is seen as the frontrunner in the leadership contest, both of whom attended Eton, an elite private boarding school, and Oxford University. Crabb has gained support from Business Secretary Sajid Javid. Nominations must be submitted by Thursday.... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Delays for drivers as thousand arrive for Oxford University open dayas thousands of prospective students arrive in the city. Undergraduate applica
Delays for drivers as thousand arrive for Oxford University open day
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 20 hours ago
as thousands of prospective students arrive in the city. Undergraduate applicants and their families are expected to visit Oxford University today and tomorrow, with more than 7,000 people expected each day. Traffic on routes heading into Oxford,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Delays for drivers as thousand arrive for Oxford University open dayas thousands of prospective students arrive in the city. Undergraduate applica
Delays for drivers as thousand arrive for Oxford University open day
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
as thousands of prospective students arrive in the city. Undergraduate applicants and their families are expected to visit Oxford University today and tomorrow, with more than 7,000 people expected each day. Traffic on routes heading into Oxford,... Read more
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TribLIVE
Huge helium gas field found in Tanzania called ‘game changer’exploration approach for the precious gas that is essential to spacecraft, MRI
Huge helium gas field found in Tanzania called ‘game changer’
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
exploration approach for the precious gas that is essential to spacecraft, MRI scanners, nuclear energy, according to the Oxford University statement. Helium also fills party balloons. This is the first time helium has been found intentionally,... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Six Things To Know About Potential U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnsonhuman in the eyes of the public.He's A Former Journalist He began his journali
Six Things To Know About Potential U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Fast Company Magazine / Posted yesterday
human in the eyes of the public.He's A Former Journalist He began his journalism career at The Times after graduating from Oxford University. He didn't pay more than lip service to objectivity in journalism, and became strongly associated with... Read more
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Newsmax
Helium Gas Field in Tanzania Is 'Game-Changer' Discovery for Industryled to what is being called a "world class" helium field in Tanzania, which geo
Helium Gas Field in Tanzania Is 'Game-Changer' Discovery for Industry
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
led to what is being called a "world class" helium field in Tanzania, which geologists are calling a "game-changer." The Oxford University statement said that volcanic activity provides the intense heat necessary to release the gas from ancient,... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Oliver Cabell Wants To Disrupt The Luxury Fashion Marketindustry." He was so fascinated, in fact, that he left his job in venture capi
Oliver Cabell Wants To Disrupt The Luxury Fashion Market
Fast Company Magazine / Posted yesterday
industry." He was so fascinated, in fact, that he left his job in venture capital to attend the Said Business School at Oxford University, where he focused entirely on learning about the inner workings of the fashion world. What he discovered is... Read more
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Fortune
What Rome’s Election of its First Female Mayor Says About Women In Italian PoliticsAimar is an assistant professor in Philosophy at University College London. Pre
What Rome’s Election of its First Female Mayor Says About Women In Italian Politics
Fortune / Posted yesterday
Aimar is an assistant professor in Philosophy at University College London. Previously, she was a visiting assistant professor at Columbia University (Barnard) and a College Lecturer at Oxford University, where she did her doc... Read more
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Deseret News
John Hoffmire: The Amalfi Coast lemon: tasty and creating good jobsthat also create stable and sustainable jobs. John Hoffmire is director of the
John Hoffmire: The Amalfi Coast lemon: tasty and creating good jobs
Deseret News / Posted yesterday
that also create stable and sustainable jobs. John Hoffmire is director of the Impact Bond Fund at Saïd Business School at Oxford University and directs the Center on Business and Poverty at the Wisconsin School of Business at UW-Madison. He runs... Read more
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Billboard
Radiohead's Ed O'Brien Remembers Blowing Kanye's Mind With This Comment on Religionwent on to explain that his upbringing in the “very material” city of Oxford, E
Radiohead's Ed O'Brien Remembers Blowing Kanye's Mind With This Comment on Religion
Billboard / Posted yesterday
went on to explain that his upbringing in the “very material” city of Oxford, England, and the scientific culture of Oxford University kept religion at a distance until an “extraordinary spiritual experience” shook up his beliefs. Chris... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Huge helium gas field found in Tanzania said 'game changer'exploration approach for the precious gas that is essential to spacecraft, MRI
Huge helium gas field found in Tanzania said 'game changer'
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
exploration approach for the precious gas that is essential to spacecraft, MRI scanners, nuclear energy, according to the Oxford University statement . Helium also fills party balloons. This is the first time helium has been found intentionally,... Read more
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FOX News
Huge helium gas field found in Tanzania said 'game-changer'field in Africa that they call a "game-changer for the future security of socie
Huge helium gas field found in Tanzania said 'game-changer'
FOX News / Posted yesterday
field in Africa that they call a "game-changer for the future security of society's helium needs." Tuesday's statement by Oxford University says the discovery in Tanzania is the result of a new exploration approach for the precious gas that is... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Britain's Europeans gripped by fear, confusion, heartachethat — for now — nothing has changed. "The formal process for leaving the Euro
Britain's Europeans gripped by fear, confusion, heartache
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
that — for now — nothing has changed. "The formal process for leaving the European Union will take at least two years," Oxford University said in one such statement. "Our staff and students can be assured that in the short term, we anticipate no... Read more
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Salon.com
Huge helium gas field found in Tanzania said ‘game-changer’field in Africa that they call a “game-changer for the future security of socie
Huge helium gas field found in Tanzania said ‘game-changer’
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
field in Africa that they call a “game-changer for the future security of society’s helium needs.” Tuesday’s statement by Oxford University says the discovery in Tanzania is the result of a new exploration approach for the precious gas that is... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Huge helium gas field found in Tanzania said 'game-changer'field in Africa that they call a "game-changer for the future security of socie
Huge helium gas field found in Tanzania said 'game-changer'
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted yesterday
field in Africa that they call a "game-changer for the future security of society's helium needs." Tuesday's statement by Oxford University says the discovery in Tanzania is the result of a new exploration approach for the precious gas that is... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Bob Price: there is a strong case for reconsidering referendum resultEast Parliamentary constituency. Mr Price also warned major Oxford companies a
Bob Price: there is a strong case for reconsidering referendum result
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
East Parliamentary constituency. Mr Price also warned major Oxford companies and organisations such as BMW, Siemens and Oxford University could be hit by Brexit, either through loss of EU funding or through potential trade tariffs that could be... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bob Price: there is a strong case for reconsidering referendum resultEast Parliamentary constituency. Mr Price also warned major Oxford companies a
Bob Price: there is a strong case for reconsidering referendum result
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
East Parliamentary constituency. Mr Price also warned major Oxford companies and organisations such as BMW, Siemens and Oxford University could be hit by Brexit, either through loss of EU funding or through potential trade tariffs that could be... Read more
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Evening Standard
Universities hit by strikes in row over 1.1 per cent pay rise offerRoyal College of Art, The Royal College of Music and Westminster University, al
Universities hit by strikes in row over 1.1 per cent pay rise offer
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
Royal College of Art, The Royal College of Music and Westminster University, all of which will suffer strikes on Thursday. Oxford University students complain they are given too many essays Staff will also walk out today at the University of West... Read more
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The Economic Times
George Osborne: Britain's 'kamikaze chancellor'and Little fabrics company. The eldest of four brothers, Osborne attended priv
George Osborne: Britain's 'kamikaze chancellor'
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
and Little fabrics company. The eldest of four brothers, Osborne attended private school in London before heading to Oxford University, where he studied modern history and was part of the hard-drinking, aristocratic Bullingdon Club. He... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
VIDEO: Brexit might make funding for Oxford's flood alleviation scheme evaporatethose firms. He explained: "The major beneficiaries from this scheme are big b
VIDEO: Brexit might make funding for Oxford's flood alleviation scheme evaporate
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
those firms. He explained: "The major beneficiaries from this scheme are big businesses in the city like BMW, Siemens and Oxford University, and we have begun discussions with them. "But there is a potential implication from Britain's vote to... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Call for opt-in system to boost organ donationsurgeon has backed calls for an opt-out system to be implemented to increase or
Call for opt-in system to boost organ donation
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
surgeon has backed calls for an opt-out system to be implemented to increase organ donation levels. Dr Rutger Ploeg, of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, said "it would be wonderful" if people had to opt-out of donating their organs, adding... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Call for opt-in system to boost organ donationsurgeon has backed calls for an opt-out system to be implemented to increase or
Call for opt-in system to boost organ donation
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
surgeon has backed calls for an opt-out system to be implemented to increase organ donation levels. Dr Rutger Ploeg, of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, said "it would be wonderful" if people had to opt-out of donating their organs, adding... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Delayed diagnosis following breast screening errors due to human error says reportbreast cancer screening assessments has been blamed for the delayed diagnosis o
Delayed diagnosis following breast screening errors due to human error says report
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
breast cancer screening assessments has been blamed for the delayed diagnosis of 10 women, an investigation has ruled. Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust refused to say if the employee had been faced any disciplinary action but... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Brexit might make funding for Oxford's flood alleviation scheme evaporatethose firms. He explained: "The major beneficiaries from this scheme are big b
Brexit might make funding for Oxford's flood alleviation scheme evaporate
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
those firms. He explained: "The major beneficiaries from this scheme are big businesses in the city like BMW, Siemens and Oxford University, and we have begun discussions with them. "But there is a potential implication from Britain's vote to... Read more
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NZCity
Tom Hiddleston's "first real love" is a world-renowned academic.singer Taylor Swift following their whirlwind romance, but Tom's present love c
Tom Hiddleston's "first real love" is a world-renowned academic.
NZCity / Posted 2 days ago
singer Taylor Swift following their whirlwind romance, but Tom's present love could barely be more different to Oxford University professor Lucie Cluver, who is a decade older than the 'Blank Space' hitmaker and is internationally... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Court rules against Texas and for science in abortion caseFacts, a website opposed to the procedure, notes that's hardly conclusive. Dav
Court rules against Texas and for science in abortion case
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Facts, a website opposed to the procedure, notes that's hardly conclusive. David Robert Grimes, a cancer researcher at Oxford University, wrote last year in the Guardian that this is "absolute unbridled nonsense of the highest order". He said:... Read more
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The Hindu
The musical route to literaturein Pune. He has published nearly 50 research papers and has held visiting posit
The musical route to literature
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
in Pune. He has published nearly 50 research papers and has held visiting positions at the Max Planck Institute in Germany, Oxford University and the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Italy. He could be reached at mssanthanam@gmail.com... Read more
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Fortune
Richard Branson Is Calling for a Redo of the Brexit Voteto grow, the question remains: Can the U.K. change its mind? According to Derri
Richard Branson Is Calling for a Redo of the Brexit Vote
Fortune / Posted 2 days ago
to grow, the question remains: Can the U.K. change its mind? According to Derrick Wyatt, an emeritus professor of law at Oxford University, it will be difficult—but not impossible. “In law, the UK could change its mind before withdrawal from the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Young readers celebrate Independent Booksellers Week with the Gruffalobooks - we have to compete against Amazon and the supermarkets, who sell books
Young readers celebrate Independent Booksellers Week with the Gruffalo
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
books - we have to compete against Amazon and the supermarkets, who sell books at discounted prices." Earlier this month Oxford University Press said a survey of 349 teachers found 56 per cent of teachers did not have enough time to discuss... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Incoming DSWD chief wants thorough review of 4PsDSWD officials, barangay officials and war leaders of mayors or congressmen and
Incoming DSWD chief wants thorough review of 4Ps
Manila Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
DSWD officials, barangay officials and war leaders of mayors or congressmen and governors. Another study conducted by the Oxford University in Eastern Samar also discovered that the ATM cards of some CCT beneficiaries were taken by unscrupulous... Read more
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Oxford Mail
More hope for youngster with Muscular Dystrophy as drug research advancesto combat the effects of Duchenne and we are delighted with how things are goin
More hope for youngster with Muscular Dystrophy as drug research advances
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
to combat the effects of Duchenne and we are delighted with how things are going it is very promising." Researchers at Oxford University, led by Dame Kay Davies, developing the new drug - which encourages the body to produce the protein... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
More hope for youngster with Muscular Dystrophy as drug research advancesto combat the effects of Duchenne and we are delighted with how things are goin
More hope for youngster with Muscular Dystrophy as drug research advances
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
to combat the effects of Duchenne and we are delighted with how things are going it is very promising." Researchers at Oxford University, led by Dame Kay Davies, developing the new drug - which encourages the body to produce the protein... Read more
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The Irish Times
'Ignorant, bigoted': Irish writers respond to Brexitthere is now ground to make up. Bernard O’Donoghue is a poet and an academic.
'Ignorant, bigoted': Irish writers respond to Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
there is now ground to make up. Bernard O’Donoghue is a poet and an academic. He lives in Oxford, where he is a fellow at Oxford University I was afraid Brexit was going to happen and yet I was strangely hopeful when I went to vote with my... Read more
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