Cambridge University


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Noun1.Cambridge University - a university in England
Cambridge - a city in eastern England on the River Cam; site of Cambridge University
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(Cambridge University Press, 1920), will see that an old-fashioned materialism can receive no support from modern physics.
We are astronomers; and this projectile is a room in the Cambridge University, carried into space.
Dr David Woodman, from Robinson College, Cambridge University, issued a statement extending "sincerest condolences" to the family of the second-year biological natural sciences student.
The two witnesses, Abba Kyari, two former secondary school mates testified to having obtained Cambridge University West Africa Examination Certificate in 1961.
Chief Justice Khosa happens to be the first Pakistani ever to have been invited by the Cambridge University Union to deliver a speech in its history of 200 years.
Chief Justice Khosa would be the first-ever Pakistani to have been invited by the Cambridge University Union to deliver a speech in its history of 200 years.
Saya competed against 4,000 teachers for this title and won a trip to Cambridge University, United Kingdom, continuing professional development opportunities for his school, and a host of other prizes.
The singer's intervention came after no black students got into some Cambridge University colleges between 2012 and 2016.
Jose Antonio, Market Research Director at Cambridge University Press, commented: "The world is changing, and the education sector is changing with it.
The Cambridge University Press & AJE site was launched in 2017 to offer language editing for prospective authors who are writing in English as a second language.
The document was signed by representatives of the Cambridge English Language Assessment (Examination Council) and Cambridge University Press (Publishing House) from the British side.

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