Oxford

Oxford d is a city in South East England and the county town of Oxfordshire. With a population of 150,200 it is the 52nd largest city in the United Kingdom, and one of the fastest growing and most ethnically diverse. Oxford has a broad economic base. Its industries include motor manufacturing, education, publishing, and a large number of informati...
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Oxford

• (a.) Of or pertaining to the city or university of Oxford, England.
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noun a low shoe laced over the instep
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Oxford

Click images to enlargeUniversity city and administrative centre of Oxfordshire in south central England, at the confluence of the rivers Thames (called the Isis around Oxford) and Cherwell, 84 km/52 mi northwest of London; population (2001) 134,250. Oxford University has 36 colleges, the oldest being University C...
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[cloth] Oxford is a type of woven dress shirt fabric, employed to make a particular casual-to-formal cloth in Oxford shirts. ==Structure== The Oxford weave has a basketweave structure and a lustrous aspect making it a popular fabric for a dress shirt. ==Varieties== Varieties in the cloth are the plain Oxford, the Pinpoint Oxford and the mor...
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[company] Oxford is the Canadian arm of Pendaflex, and makes organizational filing solutions. It is owned by Esselte. Oxford is also a brand from the French company Groupe Hamelin, selling stationery products. ...
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[electoral district] Oxford is a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since the 1935 election. It consists of the county of Oxford and a small portion of Brant County. It was created in 1933 when the ridings of Oxford North and Oxford South were merged. It consisted initi...
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[provincial electoral district] Oxford is a provincial electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario since the 1999 provincial election. It consists of the county of Oxford. ==Members of Provincial Parliament== ==Election results== ==2007 electoral reform referendum== ==Sources== ......
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[toy company] Oxford Co., Ltd. (옥스포드) is a South Korean toy company, based in Busan, that makes interlocking brick toys. ==History== The company was first founded in 1961 as Dongjin Ind. Corp. In 1971, toy sales company Daegoo Lucky toy corp was established. In 1972, toy sales company Busan Lucky toy corp was established. In 1984, t...
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Oxford

Ox'ford adjective Of or pertaining to the city or university of Oxford, England. Oxford movement . See Tractarianism . -- Oxford School , a name given to those members of the Church of England who adopted the theology of the so-called Oxford 'Tracts for the Times,' ...
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A fine, soft, lightweight woven cotton or blended with manufactured fibers in a 2 x 1 basket weave variation of the plain weave construction. The fabric is used primarily in shirtings.
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Oxford

A fine, soft, lightweight woven cotton or blended with manufactured fibers in a 2 x 1 basket weave variation of the plain weave construction.
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Oxford

A medium weight basket weave or evenweave cotton.
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A sturdy, low shoe that encloses the foot, and laces over the instep.
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Oxford

city (district), administrative and historic county of Oxfordshire, England, best known for the University of Oxford, which is located within it.[3 related articles]
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Oxford

county, western Maine, U.S. It consists of a mountainous region bordered to the west by New Hampshire and to the north by Quebec, Canada. The ...
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Oxford, city (1991 pop. 113,847) and district, county seat of Oxfordshire, S central England. In addition to its importance as the site of the Univ. of Oxford, the city has significant industries, including the manufacture of automobiles and steel products. Tourism is especially popular. A trading t...
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soft durable plain-woven cotton
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The Airspeed AS 10 Oxford was a British advanced trainer aircraft developed from the Airspeed Envoy civil transport and used for training bomber pilots during the Second World War. It was a twin-engined low-wing cantilever monoplane of wooden frame and canvas construction with a retractable undercarriage. The Airspeed A.S. 10 Oxford I had two 355 h...
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[n] - a university town in northern Mississippi 2. [n] - a city in southern England northwest of London 3. [n] - a low shoe laced over the instep
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