Culham


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Culham

(ˈkʌləm)
n
(Placename) a village in S central England, in Oxfordshire: site of the UK centre for thermonuclear reactor research and of the Joint European Torus (JET) programme
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WE left Streatley early the next morning, and pulled up to Culham, and slept under the canvas, in the backwater there.
From Clifton to Culham the river banks are flat, monotonous, and uninteresting, but, after you get through Culhalm Lock - the coldest and deepest lock on the river - the landscape improves.
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The New Builds Are Coming: Battle in the Countryside (Wednesday BBC2 9pm, part one of two) headed to historic Culham, in Oxfordshire, where 3,500 homes will lift the population from 453 to a mighty 10,000.
He also visits the currently tiny village of Culham, where the residents are unhappy about plans to add an extra 3,500 new homes.
Harry Culham will continue to run the bank's capital markets business, while Larry Richman, now chief executive officer of PrivateBancorp, which is being acquired by CIBC, is to become group head, US region.
For over half a century, the Culham Laboratory, or Culham Science Centre as it is now known, has been at the core of fusion research in the UK.
Educator Ruth Culham was an avid reader from a young age, she recalls in the opening pages of Dream Wakers.
Edited by Steven Tomlins and Spencer Culham Bullivant
The Culham Centre for Fusion Energy is the largest single research site in the UK funded by I the EU, with tens of millions of pounds being invested every year.
When Ruth Culham published The Writing Thief: Using Mentor Texts to Teach the Craft of Writing (2014), it was received with great praise.
Ellis's body was found in the River Thames at Culham, Oxon, late on Monday.