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Noun1.University of Chicago - a university in Chicago, IllinoisUniversity of Chicago - a university in Chicago, Illinois  
Chicago, Windy City - largest city in Illinois; a bustling Great Lakes port that extends 26 miles along the southwestern shoreline of Lake Michigan
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Harper, of the University of Chicago, who was chairman of the committee of invitations for the celebration to be held in the city of Chicago, to deliver one of the addresses at the celebration there.
Lin William Cong, University of Chicago, and Yizhou Xiao, Chinese University of Hong Kong, "Persistent Blessings of Luck"
Ingalls is now part of the UChicago Medicine brand, which comprises the University of Chicago Medical Center, Biological Sciences Division and Pritzker School of Medicine.
19 June 2013 - US data analytics company CollabRx Inc (NASDAQ:CLRX) said Tuesday it had partnered with the thoracic oncology programme at the University of Chicago Medical Center on clinical cancer sequencing and interpretation.
Rockefeller Memorial Chapel is ceremonial and spiritual center of the University of Chicago.
The newly created role is part of the university's effort to become a model of how an urban research institution "can interact in partnership with its city," wrote University of Chicago president, Robert J.
The University of Chicago Press, 888-472-2744, overseas 773-702-5300, www.
By examining the development of the University of Chicago, the South Park system, Comiskey Park and the emerging Black Belt, Bachin investigates the ways in which contested cultural ideas are played out in the creation and use of local spaces, and offers a detailed examination of contending political and social values during the Progressive Era.
In recent years, however, TWO has worked more closely with the University of Chicago and the developers of new townhouses and condominiums.
Gamma-ray bursts "hold great promise" for studying dark energy, says cosmologist Don Lamb of the University of Chicago, but he adds that he disagrees with Schaefer's analysis of dark energy at large distances.
5 Sexual Politics, Sexual Communities: The Making of a Homosexual Minority in the United States, 1940-1970 by John D'Emilio, University of Chicago Press
As Baptists might read it, much of Marsden's work is historically commendable, particularly his treatment of the University of Chicago.

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