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... who have gone to university there. Our Bob Hawke even gets a mention.
Had lunch in the Crown Hotel in the middle of town, they even had an outdoor BBQ - wouldn't be allowed in Australia - and a jazz band. That was fun - I had a Guinness (again) and Mary had a local cider.
The most fun was watching brave people trying to control flat punts with long poles and with their frightened family onboard. I stuffed up on the bus stop. Without my glasses, I took Mary on a long ...
... con. Not wishing to let ourselves down or drag the ambience of the restaurant down, or lighten our wallet too much we headed over to Premier Inn for our meal, which was lovely and we came out stuffed. After tea we went out to the bank at the bank of the hotel and watched the planes coming in, it was a lovely evening and lots of people were out. We walked back down Bath Road to our hotel, to a nice cool ...
... night and return to Tulla on Thursday morning (both local times) Having said that I am determined to make the most of the time I have remaining. Today my niece and I used a hop on hop off bus around Oxford which was great. We got off at one point, had a nice cuppa and went for a nice walk in the old area. Then we returned to the Youth Hostel. I have had a very constructive afternoon, doing my washing and walking up to Marks and Sparks to ...
... news that Pam had received just a few days earlier. What we all really needed was a good team cry but Josie had made it clear that we hadn’t to be soft, so we kept a stiff upper lip.
G&T’s and salty snacks were served in J&S room where we watched Strictly Come Dancing from Blackpool. Anne Widdecombe was especially awful this week trying to do the Samba. It was her yellow outfit that creased ...
... introduced the "concrete" aspects of mathematical constants while solidifying central uniform laws of nature. Here is an excerpt from a primary source, Richard Swineshead (which you must love his last name) writes in the fourteenth century,
"To every degree of velocity (i.e., qualitative or instantaneous velocity), there corresponds a lineal distance which would be described, assuming a movement throughout the time at ...