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Balliol

(ˈbeɪlɪəl)
n
(Biography) See Baliol
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In time he became one of the most learned men of his day, and was made Head, or Master, of Balliol College.
I know I'd sooner win two School-house matches running than get the Balliol scholarship any day.
The worlds oldest college, Balliol College in Oxford, has appointed BAM Construction to create the student accommodation for the first phase of its Masters Field masterplan.
1356 - Edward Balliol surrenders his claim to the Scottish throne to Edward III in exchange for an English pension.
The unit at Balliol Business Park in Longbenton which has been acquired by Buccleuch Property THE Royal Mail base at a North Tyneside business park has a new landlord after being snapped up by a Scottish property firm.
The pair were seriously injured in the collision on Balliol Road on June 20.
Oxford University undergraduate Freddy Potts was part of the Balliol College team which beat Wolfson College, Cambridge by 190 points to 140 in Monday's televised final.
I made it to Oxford, and you could too' Josh Lynbeck attended Duffryn High School, Newport, and is now in his first year at Balliol College, Oxford, studying History.
There were 40 girls invited and we all stayed at Balliol College, one of the oldest colleges in Oxford.
The [pounds sterling]250,000 project increased the capacity of Greggs' base at Balliol Business Park in Longbenton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
The 250,000 [pounds sterling] project increased the capacity of Greggs' base at Balliol Business Park in Longbenton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Many of these volumes were produced for William Gray, who was at Balliol by 1431, graduating about 1434.