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The Several depositions concerning the late riot in Oxford
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The University of Oxford (legally The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Oxford) is a collegiate research university in Oxford, is evidence of teaching as early as , making it the oldest university in the English-speaking world and the world's second-oldest university in continuous operation. It grew rapidly from when Henry II banned English students. She thanks her colleagues who read earlier drafts of this article, in particular Tim Stretton, John Hudson, Elizabeth Papp Kamali, Margaret Pelling, Jeremy Goldberg, Tom Johnson, the late Philippa Maddern, the Oxford Early Career Writers’ Workshop, and the anonymous reviewers for Law and History has helped her to refine and develop particular arguments in her work on .
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Riots reflect structural conditions such as high urban density and social proximity; unobstructed routes for movement; and open communication among the aggrieved Strain If the previous structural conditions are met, you still don 't have a riot; there must also be the appropriate level of "strain" or there is no basis for a riot . Witness Raff Twynne spoke of “oone Blande which was a Sentuary man and had contynued in Sentuary xx years and first he dwelt in Coke Aley and afterward in the Brodgate which is nowe called Blandis Aley.” Deposition of Ralph Twynn, TNA, STAC 2/23/, mm 57–58; see also deposition .
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