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11 November 2011


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Carolyn Dicey Jennings (nee Suchy-Dicey)

I liked the "in a dress and comfortable shoes" line...that modalist is a riot/about to start a riot! More here:

David Wallace

Yes, it's a source of constant embarrassment for everyone at Oxford that we only committed to gender equality in 1974 whereas everyone else did it in the High Middle Ages.

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