Connie (Kathy Burke) basically opens up her house for the dramatic society at oxford to fill her life with young people.
The theory was first floated in the 1950s by Professor Homer Dubs of oxford University.
Both took degrees in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics from oxford, and both graduated fairly swiftly into Labour Party jobs.
Frances Osborne was born in London and studied philosophy and modern languages at oxford University.
Does the oxford English Dictionary belong naturally to the Internet?
I thought I had better tell you, for, after all, the fact may concern your oxford life.
Mr. Gladstone was again returned unopposed for the University of oxford.
Another train had crashed into the oxford express in the fog.
We did not meet at the university; he went to oxford, and I to Cambridge.
oxford seems larger than Cambridge, but is not on the whole so pleasing to me.
university town in England, Middle English Oxforde, from Old English Oxnaforda (10c.) literally "where the oxen ford." In reference to a type of shoe laced over the instep, it is attested from 1721 (Oxford-cut shoes). Related: Oxfordian; Oxfordish; Oxfordist; Oxfordy.