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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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Both it and her rethinking of the Baroque are explained in more detail in her book Quoting Caravaggio: Contemporary Art, Preposterous History (Chicago: Univ.
Kutler, Judicial Power and Reconstruction Politics (Chicago: Univ.
Press, 1992); Stuart Wright, Armageddon in Waco (Chicago: Univ.
Christ, Victorian and Modern Poetics (Chicago: Univ.
Scott Appleby eds, Fundamentalism and the State, Chicago, Univ.
Press, 1981); James Kerr, Fiction Against History: Scott as Storyteller (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press, 1989); James Chandler, England in 1819: The Politics of Literary Culture and the Case of Romantic Historicism (Chicago: Univ.
college football player by the Downtown Athletic Club of New York, Inc (DAC), was commissioned by the foundry and DA and first presented in 1935 to Jay Berwanger, Univ.
Woleben, who holds an undergraduate degree from Yale and an MBA from the Univ.
Chicago: The Middle East Documentation Center, Univ.
Specialized liquids are needed to observe light-liquid interactions in a laboratory, and in using one of these concoctions, a team of scientists at the Univ.
1) Gerald Graff, Professing Literature, An Institutional History (Chicago: Univ.
Maggie's response [to him] is not a question, but a declaration of faith: `I believe in you more than any one'" (Language and Knowledge in the Late Novels of Henry James [Chicago: Univ.