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Oxford Movement

  

      n   a movement within the Church of England that began at Oxford in 1833 and was led by Pusey, Newman, and Keble. It affirmed the continuity of the Church with early Christianity and strove to restore the High-Church ideals of the 17th century. Its views were publicized in a series of tracts (Tracts for the Times) 1833--41. The teaching and practices of the Movement are maintained in the High-Church tradition within the Church of England,   (Also called)    Tractarianism  
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Oxford          [1]  
      n  
1    a city in S England, administrative centre of Oxfordshire, at the confluence of the Rivers Thames and Cherwell: Royalist headquarters during the Civil War; university, consisting of 40 separate colleges, the oldest being University College (1249); motor-vehicle industry. Pop.: 118795 (1991)  
   Related word       Oxonian  
2      (Also called)    Oxford Down   a breed of sheep with short wool and a dark brown face and legs  
3    a type of stout laced shoe with a low heel  
4    a lightweight fabric of plain or twill weave used esp. for men's shirts  

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adj.
without respiratory movements
respiratory pause, respiratory arrest
n.
an exercise consisting in controlled downward and/or forward movement, used for weight training
nf.
Mozette /moz-ette/ 1. A personality cult movement 2. A feminine adoration of Steven P. Morrissey 3. Followers of a charismatic leader with narcissistic traits, displaying an extraordinary amount of energy.
n.
deprive someone or something of freedom of movement or personal liberty.
n.
term used in football when a player makes an acrobatic movement using his legs
v.
dance in a both sensual and provocative manner involving a low squatting stance while thrusting hips and buttocks movements suggesting a sexual acte
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v.
[subj: poiicemen] to herd [demonstrators] into a compact group in order to control their movements
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