OXON


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OXONOxfordshire (British Postal Abbreviation)
OXONOxoniensis (of Oxford)
OXONslang for University of Oxford or its alumni
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However, Gateshead held firm and frustrated the hosts for long periods It was midway through the half before Oxon broke the deadlock from a welldrilled short corner.
Inhibition of forskolin-stimulated cAMP formation in vitro by paraoxon and chlorpyrifos oxon in cortical slices from neonatal, juvenile, and adult rats.
A Civil Aviation Authority spokesman said the single-engined aircraft had diverted to RAF Brize Norton, Oxon, after the female pilot reported icing on the wings.
To claim the free CD ROM, simply send a sterling cheque or postal order for 70p, made out to "Daily Record Lemmings" to: Daily Record Lemmings, PO Box 121, Witney, OXON, OX8 1YU.
Cheques should be made payable to MGN Ltd Book Offer and applications sent to Sunday People Free Book Offer, PO Box 121, Witney, Oxon, OX8 1YU.
SEVERN Trent has raised further concerns about the proposed Oxon Link road and the effect it could have on Shrewsbury's water supply.
Kate Bailey, of Woodstock, Oxon, said she stood in line for one hour and 45 minutes and had to pay PS40 for pizzas.
In front of a yellow sign warning of sewage overflows, Tony Carter dangled his rod into the flat waters of Oxon Cove.
Mr Ikeda, 26, who is studying for a masters degree, was attacked as he cycled along a path in Marston, Oxon. His mother has flown from Japan to be at his bedside at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.
David Onley, aged 75, of Deddington, Oxon, and Anthony Bateman, aged 65, of Banbury, Oxon, died shortly after being admitted to the Accident & Emergency department of Horton General Hospital, Banbury, where Geen was a staff nurse.
It was one of three of the company's six pubs to make it onto the list, along with The Fishes in North Hinksey, Oxon, at 16 and The Fleece in Witney, Oxon, at 17.